Mnangagwa in Osama bin Laden's WhatsApp Group, says Jonathan Moyo
According to NewZimbabwe.com, Prof Moyo said the Times' list is notorious for headlining influential crooks, criminals and mass murders.
The former Zanu-PF politburo member was forced into exile after the military ended former president Robert Mugabe 37-year-rule last November with Mnangagwa taking over.
According to Times magazine, the list was not a measure of power and stresses that it is "a designation of individuals whose time, in our estimation, is now".
The magazine also made it clear that the entrants are recognized for changing the world, "regardless of the consequences of their action".
President Mnangagwa was featured alongside United States President Donald Trump and renowned South African comedian, Trevor Noah.
Time Magazine, what imperialist pamphlet is that? For a moment I thought you're asking of the Nobel Prize. Time's top 100 list is notorious for headlining influential crooks, criminals & mass murderers. Even Osama Bin Laden had the honour to make the list in 2007. Next question! https://t.co/9ChZBHiL1T— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) April 20, 2018
"MNANGAGWA LISTED ON TIME MAGAZINE'S TOP 100 INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE"#Herald 21/4/18— Prof Jonathan Moyo (@ProfJNMoyo) April 21, 2018
Osama bin Laden's WhatsApp Group. Mnangagwa was part of the gukurahundi murder of 20,000 people; can't account or apologize; grabs power in a coup & declares the past dead!https://t.co/MB7vNeDbMH pic.twitter.com/k4mtC5iDke