President Mnangagwa salutes CPC on marking 100 years

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    #Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson #Mnangagwa has congratulated the Communist Party of China (#CPC) on its 100th anniversary. Mnangagwa highlighted China’s growing support for Zimbabwe’s economic development, saying his country is grateful for the booming cooperation with China under the CPC’s leadership.

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