ED back from AU Summit
He was welcomed at the Robert Mugabe International Airport by Vice President Kembo Mohadi, Defence Minister Oppah Muchinguri Kashiri, State Security Minister Owen Ncube, service chiefs and other government officials.
At the AU Summit, Mnangagwa urged AU member states to unite in reforming the continental body by means of honouring their financial obligations and shun the donor dependency syndrome.
He also held several meetings with fellow presidents and potential investors, as he continued with his engagement and re-engagement drive meant to attract improved foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country.
Just before his departure from Ethiopia today, President Mnangagwa toured industrial parks in that country to familiarise himself with the Ethiopian industrial operations in light of his industrialisation vision through the creation of special economic zones in Zimbabwe.