Last week, Zimbabwe’s generals took President Robert Mugabe into custody in an effective coup (though they insist on not calling it that).
The ZSE industrial index plunged 10.48 percent today to close at 387.38 points, resuming the sharp downward trend which started on Wednesday last week emanating from the ongoing political upheaval.
The Zimbabwe Defence Forces says President Robert Mugabe and former Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa have started talking and Mnangagwa will be coming back to the country shortly.
Zimbabwe’s cabinet will meet at State House at 9am tomorrow, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Misheck Sibanda said.
Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front Members of Parliament are having a caucus meeting at 4pm today according to the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation.
The Movement for Democratic Change seems to be in a quandary about what is happening since the military intervention last week.