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 the call for a gathering of CIVILIANS at the Freedom Square tomorrow, 18 November 2017, in Harare. We ask the organisers and the youths to be vigilant so that things don’t turn to violence,” says Nyathi.
Meanwhile at the time of going to press four Zanu PF provinces have passed a resolution to impeach Mugabe and leaders were meeting on Friday (today) to draft a resolution to dismiss Mugabe at the weekend and lay the ground for his impeachment next week if he refuses to stand down, a senior party source said.
“There is no going back,” the source told Reuters. “If he becomes stubborn, we will arrange for him to be fired on Sunday. When that is done, it’s impeachment on Tuesday.”
According to sources all party regalia with Mugabe and his wife’s Grace has been banned, while there wild celebrations at the Party’s headquarters with Zanu PF member hugging and crying in disbelief, against the playing of the hit song by Jah Prazyah, Kutonga Kwaro.
The three provinces that have voted for Mugabe to step down are Masvingo, Midlands and Manicaland.-ZimsInSA.com reporter.