He pulled out of the presidential race last week, describing the whole process as a “farce”.
However, state land sales are likely to trigger a wave of demolitions.
The last election held in 2018 saw Mnangagwa beating then MDC Alliance president Chamisa by a razor-thin margin.
This translates to about 400 mega litres of toxic sewerage flowing back to Lake Chivero daily.
The tightly-contested  polls were slammed by the international community.
But those fighting in Mnangagwa’s corner argued that such appointments were common.
In a publication titled Tracking Universal Health Coverage 2023, a global monitoring report, WHO exposed Zimbabwe’s weaknesses in terms of achieving the targets.
An investigation by this publication revealed that trust between medical providers and insurance companies had broken down.
According to the IOM report, 55% of people leaving the country were from Matabeleland South, followed by Beitbridge with 49%.
Health and Child Care minister Douglas Mombeshora this week discussed the cholera outbreak response in cabinet.
Ncube is expected to present the 2024 budget later this month.
The revelations are part of a report by the Auditor-General on Appropriation Accounts and Fund Accounts in Arrears as at December 31, 2021.
Transport challenges have been a thorn in the flesh during this period, as the police cracks down on illegal vehicles and unregulated public transport operators.