Will Mnangagwa not be the next Mugabe of Zimbabwe?

Former Zimbabwean vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa is the latest addition to those demanding President Mugabe to resign. He is no stranger to politics or infamy. He was locked at the hip with Robert Mugabe during the Gukurahundi Massacres and also a leading light during the harassment and death of opposition leaders in MDC in 2001. So how do you extricate Mnangagwa from Mugabe? CNBC Africa is joined by Tamuka Chirimambowa, PhD Fellow at University of Johannesburg and Ted Galante CEO at Zimbabwe Mortgage Company.

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