There Won’t Be Discrimination Under My Govt, Mnangagwa Tells White Voters.

Harare – Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has told a meeting of white voters in the capital Harare that under his government there will be no discrimination.
He says white farmers have a part to play in the farming sector.
This wasn’t an ordinary Zimbabwean rally it had chairs for the spectators, and tea and cake served afterwards.
Mnangagwa told the mostly-white crowd in Harare’s upmarket Borrowdale suburb that there shouldn’t be white farmers or black farmers, but Zimbabwean farmers.
Critics say yesterday’s meeting was organised by whites who have long-held business links with the ruling Zanu-PF party.
Eighteen years ago, former president Robert Mugabe was furious at the white farming community for supporting the opposition Movement for Democratic Change.
Around 4,000 whites have since lost their farms.
Mnangagwa said he’d welcome white former farmers willing to contribute their skills in developing the agriculture sector.

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