Has Mnangagwa delivered post coup?

Has President Mnangagwa delivered after the coup? The New York Times notes that Zimbabwe is suffering from vast shortages of fuel, bank notes, water and electricity. Drivers typically wait three hours for gasoline, and civil servants line up all morning to receive part of their salaries in cash. Half of the capital Harare receives running water only once a week, and electricity blackouts last up to 18 hours a day in many areas. Furthermore, the number of government critics charged with “subverting a constitutional government,” a form of treason, during Mr Mnangagwa’s 21 months at the helm already outstrips the figure during Mr Mugabe’s 37 years in office, according to a coalition of 22 Zimbabwean rights watchdogs.

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