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Breaking News: Robert Mugabe out, Emmerson Mnangagwa in

The Zanu PF Youth League has called for the immediate reinstatement of Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa as the Vice President and Second Secretary of the revolutionary party and government. The youth also recommended for the expulsion of the First Lady, Dr Grace Mugabe from Zanu PF and called for President Robert …

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China and United Kingdom knew of military coup plans in zimbabwe

The coup that led to the ouster of Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe was supposed to be executed in December, ahead of the Zanu-PF special congress, but had to be brought forward when vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa was axed. City Press has learnt that the military, political players and diplomats had been …

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Emmerson Mnangagwa: the next president of #Zimbabwe?

Emmerson Mnangagwa: the next president of Zimbabwe? As the military seizes control of the country, you wouldn’t dream that Zimbabwe’s dispossessed white farmers, the war veterans who displaced them and Robert Mugabe’s former vice-president are all on the same team 15 NOVEMBER 2017 – 13:37 AISLINN LAING AND RAY NDLOVU Man …

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Pastor Evan Mawarire calls for protection of Zimbabwe’s Constitution

Evan Mawarire calls for protection of Zimbabwe’s Constitution Zimbabwe’s protest pastor Evan Mawarire says citizens in that country must play their part in standing against the current government and bring about positive change. Clement Manyathela & Nadia Neophytou | 8 minutes ago JOHANNESBURG – Zimbabwe’s protest pastor Evan Mawarire says citizens in that country …

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How Zimbabwe’s Mugabe clung to power for almost 40 years

How Zimbabwe’s Mugabe clung to power for almost 40 years By Rick Noack November 15 at 11:22 AM Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe speaks during a party celebrating his 93rd birthday in Harare on Feb. 21. (Aaron Ufumeli/European Pressphoto Agency) In a move bearing all the hallmarks of a coup, Zimbabwe’s military confirmed early …

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