ZIMBABWE’S ongoing political crisis — occasioned by the disputed July 30 presidential poll — is damaging the local economy’s revival prospects, as investors adopt a wait-and-see approach before taking firm positions on the country.   This comes as President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa has called on Zimbabweans to move on and analysts say potential investors were adopting a cautious approach towards Harare in the aftermath of deadly violence, which rocked the country two weeks ago. Economist Eddie Cross said the country’s stuttering economy was set to remain subdued until a resolution of the country’s political crisis. “Businesses never like uncertainty and until the position of the president is resolved, we will see reduced business activity across all sectors,” he warned. Chris…