President Robert Mugabe is ready to leave office any time but in a “blaze of glory” and not a “blaze of condemnation” his former close confidante Nathan Shamuyarira told the United States ambassador to Zimbabwe Joseph Sullivan more than a decade ago.
A former Movement for Democratic Change senator Matson Hlalo has urged the party leader Morgan Tsvangirai to stop whining about President Robert Mugabe’s misrule and instead offer solutions on how to get him out of power.
The Movement for Democratic Change has described Zimbabwe’s First Lady Grace Mugabe as a disgrace following reports that she assaulted a 20-year-old South African woman whom she found with her two sons at a hotel in the posh suburb of Sandton in Johannesburg South Africa on Sunday.
First Lady Grace Mugabe today handed herself over to the South African police over allegations that she assaulted a young woman who is said to have visited her two sons at a hotel in the upmarket suburb of Sandton in Johannesburg.
Defence Forces chief Constantine Chiwenga has admitted that politics leads the gun but said that the security forces will not allow anyone to jeopardize the security of the country.
Health Minister David Parirenyatwa broke the silence over Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s illness which the private media believes was due to food poisoning at the Phelandaba Stadium where the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front held its sixth youth rally.
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai thought 15 years ago that President Robert Mugabe would not last six months because of the economic crisis that the country was facing.