ED Mnangagwa Increases Online Presence With A New Website

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President Emmerson Mnangagwa

Every politician wants to be labelled as a people’s person. More so as a people’s president. From Donald Trump’s twitter rants and Yoweri Museveni’s famed videos and selfies, presidents are now using online media to catch the public’s attention and personally engage with their followers.

Finally, the wave is now in Zimbabwe. President Mnangagwa started off with a Facebook page and now he has a website. This could be in line with the heavily marketed ‘new dispensation” which is claimed to be implementing a series of policy reforms that aim to advance peoples welfare drastically. To know what people really need, President Mnangagwa is enlisting the services of the internet by joining social media platforms and now opening a website.

What’s the website about?

On the homepage of the website, you are welcomed with an autobiography that is full of praising adjectives of his political career and his humble beginnings from birth to his participation in Zimbabwe’s Liberation Struggle.

On the website, you can also read more about his educational background and family.


  1. Hector

    Nice try , but

    Why host with an external hosting company and not support local ones? http://www.greengeeks.com/

    No SSL for the site, SSL are free these days, zvobvisa mamarks

    1. rekai

      Local hosting companies are expensive, thats why even butter and milk are imported.

    2. Guest

      I can understand why he is hosting outside Zimbabwe, but a .com domain?

      1. fiend

        That’s a valid concern.

        It’s the idiots that built it or advised on a .com that are to blsim

  2. Htown

    The quality of the website isn’t up to the standard of E.D. He needs to surround himself with people who fully understand his vision.
    The site needs to be edited and polished; why not copy other similar pages. For example, to space the, lines and paragraphs wider to make it easier to read.
    Also to present the information in lists and tables where appropriate. Also to use more images (pics, diagrams, maps).

  3. Chiratidzo

    Well maybe he has no vision.

  4. Sagitarr

    Overall – a good start; better than not having any website at all. Hopefully it will be improved.
    No mention of Gukurahundi?

  5. Blessing Samanga

    Well done President,thats a good move,but punish Mugabe

  6. Anonymous

    put in a gallery, news section, shop. increase text and spacing, donations and contributions section??? zero interactivty, zero dynamism. Unotohwa kuda kuvata. Its a good start though.

  7. TIN


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