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Tick Tock, defiant Bob now faces impeachment

November 20 2017 – ZIMBABWEAN President Robert Mugabe on Sunday night refused to step down as head of state, this as he addressed the southern African nation live on national television. The 93-year-old Mugabe delivered his address from State House in Harare, but did not use the opportunity to resign as many had expected him to do. – ANA Read More »

Mugabe to meet army generals today

November 19 2017 – President Mugabe will meet the military top brass in Harare today as part of ongoing efforts led by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces to stabilise the country’s political and socio-economic situation. A mediation team, chaired by respected Roman Catholic priest Father Fidelis Mukonori, has been established to assist the efforts. The other members of the mediation team ... Read More »

Mugabe SA allies to march against embattled Bob

November 17 2017 – AS EMBATTLED Zimbabwe president, Robert Mugabe’s woes continue to mount, and other Mzansi demos end today, a SA based Zimbabwean civic group Sangano Madzimbahwe, has said it will march against the embattled leader next Tuesday at the Zimbabwean embassy in Pretoria. “We are calling the president Cde RG Mugabe be recalled from both the party position ... Read More »

Zims in SA march for Mugabe departure

November 18 2017 – HUNDRED of Zimbabweans of all creeds and races took to the streets of Johannesburg on Saturday (today) to celebrate what they hope is the imminent departure of President Robert Mugabe who is under pressure from the military and the ruling party to resign. Zimbabweans gathered at their country’s consulate opposite Eastgate Mall in solidarity with their ... Read More »

Zims in SA in solidarity march a s Zanu-PF preps to impeach Mugabe

November 17 2017 -ZIMBABWEANS in South Africa will stand in solidarity with the envisaged TRANSITION in Zimbabwe led by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, in Pretoria and Johannesburg, says SA based political activist Butholezwe Nyathi. The Zimbabwe Diaspora Coalition will gather at Union Building at 10 am tomorrow, while in Johannesburg there will be a gathering at Berea Park. “We support ... Read More »

Not here, says SA opposition on Mugabe asylum

Tsvangirai and Maimane hail ECOWAS's stance in the Gambia

November 17 2017 – SA opposition leader Mmusi Maimane on Friday, said the government would be breaking the law if it were to grant embattled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe asylum. Maimane urged President Jacob Zuma to make a public announcement to rule out the prospect. The call came as Zimbabwean military leaders said Mugabe would be deposed if he did ... Read More »

Zims in SA in dilemma over political impasse

November 17 2017 – AS THE political quagmire in Zimbabwe drags on, without regular, credible updates from the Harare government on the mediation processes underway, thousands – if not millions – of Zimbabweans living in neighbouring South Africa are itching for information, clutching at every update, although most of the information soon turns out to be “fake news”. “When I ... Read More »

What next? Confusion reigns after supposed coup

November 16 2017 – A smiling President Robert Mugabe was pictured shaking hands with Zimbabwe’s military chief a day after the army seized power, throwing confusion over predictions that the 93-year-old’s nearly four-decade rule had come to an end. Mugabe unexpectedly drove from his lavish “Blue Roof” Harare compound in Harare, where he had been confined since troops took to ... Read More »

Mugabe must pack and go now – Tsvangirai

November 16 2017 ‑ZIMBABWEAN President Robert Mugabe must resign and step down immediately in line with the national expectation and sentiment, for the people’s interest says MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Thursday. The opposition leader, who jetted back into the country from neighbouring South Africa on Wednesday night, said Mugabe should take his legacy and contribution to pre- and post ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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