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Zimbabwe: President Mnangagwa Visits opposition leader – Morgan Tsvangira

President Mnangagwa and Vice President Chiwenga chat with Morgan Tsvangirai and his wife at Morgan Tsvangirai house in Highlands. Morgan Tsvangirai is the main opposition party leader. Morgan Tsvangirai has been sick for a very long time but he still enjoys the support of many Zimbabweans. Morgan Tsvangirai was the only hope for Zimbabweans to remove President Mugabe from the Office & in the eyes of many Zimbabweans he is seen as a Hero. In a free & fair elections, nobody can beat Tsvangirai. Morgan Tsvangirai can win the Presidential...
Newspolitics

Zimbabwe: UZ Sociology Dept Disowns Grace’s PhD, UZ Lecturers Face Arrest from ZACC

Lecturers from the Department of Sociology at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) are reported to have filed a petition with the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) and called for an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the awarding of a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree to former first lady Grace Mugabe. Former president Robert Mugabe’s wife was awarded the PhD from the UZ’s Faculty of Social Studies Department of Sociology in 2014. However, the degree attracted intense criticism and speculation after claims that Grace did not defend her thesis, let alone write...
Newspolitics

Robert Mugabe Gets A Generous Retirement Package.

Robert Mugabe may have been ousted from ruling over impoverished Zimbabwe but he isn’t going away empty handed. After a coup deposed him last month, Mugabe has now been given a very generous package that includes staff, mansion-like housing, first class air tickets, and a Mercedes Benz S-Class, among other vehicles. The details of the former dictator’s package were published in The Herald, a state-run publication, on Thursday, Dec. 28. The day before, current President Emmerson Mnangagwa gazetted the so-called pension and retirement benefits that a Zimbabwean former head of...
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Breaking News: it’s official President Mugabe has resigned

Robert Mugabe has resigned after 37 years as Zimbabwe's leader, the speaker of the country's parliament has said. Wild jubilation broke out among MPs when Speaker Jacob Mudenda told the House. Zimbabwe celebrates end of an era Jubilant Zimbabweans celebrated late into the night after Robert Mugabe resigned as president. He held power for 37 years and once said "only God" could remove him. While still considered by some to be an African independence hero, his many critics see him as a despot who ruled by fear and brought a...
Newspolitics

Mugabe Now Faces Impeachment Following His Stubbornness To Resign

The president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, will now have until midday on Monday to resign before the ruling Zanu-PF will start the official impeachment process after he stubbornly refused to resign. The entire world has been waiting with baited breath for the ousted leader of the ruling Zanu-PF to announce his resignation as the president of Zimbabwe in a live television broadcast that ended moments ago. During his prepared speech he lauded the peaceful way the differences in the turmoil that enveloped the country for the past week has been...
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Zimbabwe’s Peaceful Coup Feared To Be Bloody [Read why]

President Mugabe is still under house arrest and the Army has been trying to negotiate with him so that he can step-down peacefully. A speech was prepared for him (Mugabe) by the Army so that he can come live on National Television and announce his resignation. The Army wanted to do it peacefully but His Excellency RG Mugabe, after being in Power for almost his entire life has refused to budge and it seems he is ready to die than resign. //pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({});The Army is trying...
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Zimbabwe: Large Number Of Army Troops In The Streets

Things are happening awaiting confirmation on whether its Bob or Chiwenga deploying these soldiers Soldiers are being put in the streets but by whom is what we are yet to find out. It might be His Excellency RG Mugabe. Zimbabwe Latest Developments Zimbabwe is now under the military rule for the first time in 37 years. The army have been behind the ruling party since independence as most of the army generals fought during the Chimurenga liberation struggle. They witnessed the dismissal of Teurai Ropa Nhongo Mujuru who was one...
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