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What it will depend upon is that do we pick up points or not. Grateful that I can treasure these moments forever. "This is the most beautiful and the hardest but the most important job we have in life. the vast majority of which have come in the last 12 months. In his five Tests, by getting a few overs from him at the start, Smith is the kind of player you bet on to turn up on big occasions. But in the world of alternative facts, Former contender for labour secretary Andrew Pudzer is the CEO of fast food conglomerate CKE Restaurants.hailed the development and said,"The resignation of Robert Mugabe provides Zimbabwe with an opportunity to forge a new path free of the oppression that characterised his rule In recent days we have seen the desire of the Zimbabwean people for free and fair elections and the opportunity to rebuild the country’s economy under a legitimate government" Rebuilding democracy and economy in the country will be an uphill task but here is what can be expected in the near future (with inputs from AFP’sinterview withDerek Matyszak an analyst at the Pretoria-based Institute for Security Studies): What now "I think we’re going to see (ousted vice-president) Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in very quickly. As far as I understand (second vice-president Mphoko Phelekezela) is not in the country right now The cabinet should meet if there’s no president or vice-president and appoint one" Matyszak said The current crisis was triggered by a dispute over who would succeed Mugabe and in his resignation letter the 93-year-old president did not suggest who would succeed him Zimbabweans celebrate outside the parliament building immediately after hearing the news that President Robert Mugabe had resigned on Tuesday AP Whoever takes over will only be there for "an interim period" he said noting that Mugabe’s ZANU-PF had already chosen Mnangagwa as their replacement leader to stand in elections slated for 2018 "The acting president is only supposed to be there for an interim period while they wait for (the ruling) ZANU-PF to nominate a replacement for Mugabe —but they have already nominated Mnangagwa as their choice for elections in 2018" Who is Emmerson Mnangagwa On Tuesday erstwhile vice-president Mnangagwa whose firing led to the military intervention broke his silence and urged the embattled leader to resign "The people of Zimbabwe have spoken with one voice and it is my appeal to Mugabe that he should take heed of this clarion call by the people of Zimbabwe to resign so that the country can move forward and preserve his legacy" Mnangagwa said in a statement Mnangagwa fled Zimbabwe shortly after being sacked by Mugabe early in November The crisis followed a factional squabble in the ruling ZANU-PF party over the 93-year-old Mugabe’s successor Mnangagwa said he had rejected an invitation by Mugabe to return home to discuss the current political situation "I told the president that I would not return home now until I am satisfied of my personal security because of the manner and treatment given to me upon being fired" However Mnangagwa’s role as the likely successor has raised many concerns The New York Timesreported He was accused of orchestrating the crackdown in the 1980s in which thousands of members of the Ndebele ethnic group lost their lives He was also accused of being behind deadly violence in 2008 a bid to rig polls in favor of Mugabe a claim Mnangagwadenies At least a semblance of legitimacy — especially for a government led by Mnangagwa who is known to enforcesome of Mugabe’s most ruthless policies — will be critical in gaining recognition from regional governments and international lenders What of the Opposition "What the Opposition should be doing is to use this moment to try and mobilise and lobby for the introduction of a more democratic dispensation" Matyszak said In his first remarks since the military takeover Mnangagwa had on Tuesday appeared to make overtures to the Opposition he said "Mnangagwa’s statement did mention that he is prepared to reach out to the Opposition" Zimbabwe’s main Opposition party the Movement for Democratic Change described Mugabe’s resignation as a "new beginning for everyone in the country"?

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Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike walks past the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games emblem.