Vice president, Constantino Chiwenga VICE President Constatino Chiwenga has been given new responsibilities to administer Zimbabwe’s public procurement processes, anti-corruption drive and key components of the Home Affairs ministry, igniting debate about his increasing clout in government. The announcement has also fuelled speculation that President Emmerson Mnangagwa was “coup-proofi ng” the country by placing the “entire security sector” in the hands of a man who engineered November 2017’s military intervention and the Defence minister was recently entrusted with managing Zimbabwe’s parastatal reforms. “Acts assigned to the vice president… are the Anti-Corruption Act (Chapter 9:22), Prevention of Corruption Act (Chapter 9:16), Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act (Chapter 22:23),” read the June 15 Government Gazette.…