Zapu leader, Dumiso Dabengwa says Zimbabweans must now move on as President Mnangagwa won the July 30 elections.

“I’m a realist and being realist, I believe that we have a Government with us today whether you like it or not. The current Zanu-PF Government is unlikely to change until 2023,” said Dr Dabengwa.

“In 2023 that is when the country will go for another harmonised election as per the country’s electoral cycle," he told journalists at the Bulawayo Press Club.

 The Zapu president did not contest the elections as he publicly backed MDC-Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa.

He said Zapu was happy that Government made strong indications that it will implement devolution of power.

“I think for now what is important is to accept the gesture by Government on getting the Bill on devolution being tabled in Parliament. They (Zanu-PF Government) have come up with an idea of dealing with an (devolution of power) issue which they consider is in the hearts of most of the people in the region and they have decided to bring it forward and get it debated,” said Dabengwa.