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Joice Mujuru ‘not in any deal with Grace Mugabe’ – party

Joice Mujuru’s party in Zimbabwe has rejected as “unfounded and baseless” reports that she will join with former first lady Grace Mugabe and her allies to challenge President Emmerson Mnangagwa in polls this year.

Grace Mugabe’s allies set to float new party

Members of Zimbabwe’s ruling party faction loyal to former first lady Grace Mugabe are reported to be about to launch a new party.

Robert Mugabe made no mistakes – Emmerson Mnangagwa

Two months after pushing aside his former boss in a military takeover, Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa insisted that Robert Mugabe made no mistakes while he was in power.

Zimbabwean govt sacks senior police officers

Anxiety gripped Zimbabwe’s police force following the dismissal and reinstatement of senior personnel.

Zimbabwean anti-corruption agency probes Grace Mugabe ally

Anti-corruption investigators in Zimbabwe are probing how an ally of former first lady, Grace Mugabe, acquired large areas of prime land in the east of the country.

New Zimbabwean govt ‘orders land grabbers to vacate farms’ – report

Zimbabwe's new minister of lands, agriculture and rural settlement, Retired Air Marshal Perrance Shiri, has reportedly ordered those who have illegally occupied farm lands to leave "immediately" or face the wrath of law.

Grace Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa bust-up was over plans to honour Robert Mugabe – spokesperson

Robert Mugabe's former spokesperson has told a private newspaper in Zimbabwe that relations between Grace Mugabe and then vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa broke down irreparably over plans to honour his 93-year-old ex-boss.

‘Let’s forgive Grace Mugabe’s allies’ – Emmerson Mnangagwa’s nephew

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa's nephew has reportedly called for the "forgiveness" of former first lady Grace Mugabe's allies known as the Generation 40, saying that it was now time for the ruling Zanu-PF party to "move forward in unity".

Zimbabwean court postpones ex-minister Ignatius Chombo’s bail hearing again

A Zimbabwean court adjourned until Thursday the bail hearing for former Finance Minister, Ignatius Chombo, who is facing charges of corruption dating back two decades.

Robert Mugabe’s nephew runs for his life after military takeover

Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao, says that he will return to Zimbabwe only if his security is guarantee.

Zimbabwe’s new President Emmerson Mnangagwa gives looters 3 months to return stolen funds

Zimbabwe’s new President Emmerson Mnangagwa has opened a three-month amnesty window for the return of public funds illegally stashed abroad by individuals and companies.

The inside story of Robert Mugabe’s downfall

Inside State House in Harare, Robert Mugabe was in the tightest spot of his 37-year rule. Tanks were on the streets and troops had occupied the state broadcaster, from where the army had announced it had taken control of Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe’s Emmerson Mnangagwa calls on Robert Mugabe to step down

Ousted Zimbabwean vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa added his voice, on Tuesday, to those demanding 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe to resign, saying he needed to heed the “clarion call” of his people and step down.

Robert Mugabe ‘agrees to resign’ – report

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's 37-year rule appeared to have come to an end on Sunday after a source confirmed he had agreed to resign and was preparing to address the nation.

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Man allegedly forges invite letter to get American visa

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Kano Pillars mourn Chinedu Udoji, say he was an asset

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