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Report: Zimbabwe elections will be ‘nail-biting’

Elections due soon in Zimbabwe will be "nail-biting" now that a number of top allies of President Emmerson Mnangagwa have lost the right to contest parliamentary seats, the Daily News is reporting.

My wife played key role in toppling Robert Mugabe – Emmerson Mnangagwa’s adviser

A top official in President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government in Zimbabwe says his wife played a key role in ousting Robert Mugabe from power.

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.

No opposition members in Zimbabwe’s new cabinet

Zimbabwe’s newly installed President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed senior military officials to top posts in his Cabinet. The announcement was made late Thursday on state-run television.

Zimbabwe’s Emmerson Mnangagwa gives key cabinet jobs to military figures

Zimbabwe's new president Emmerson Mnangagwa has named his cabinet, appointing senior military figures to high-profile positions.

Zimbabwe has ‘insatiable desire’ for Robert Mugabe exit – Emmerson Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe's parliament prepared to start impeachment proceedings against President Robert Mugabe Tuesday, as ousted vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa, who could be the country's next leader, told him to step down.

Zimbabwe: Developments since the military takeover

Here is a timeline of the developing political crisis in Zimbabwe, where the country's 93-year-old president, Robert Mugabe, insists he is still in power despite a military takeover and a rising clamour for him to quit.

Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe, facing impeachment, calls cabinet meeting

Zimbabwe's ruling party on Monday ordered impeachment proceedings to begin against longtime President Robert Mugabe and expressed confidence that he could be voted out within two days, while the world's oldest head of state ignored the party's midday deadline to resign and instead summoned ministers to a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday morning.

Robert Mugabe could be impeached in 2 days – Zanu-PF

Zimbabwe's ruling party expressed confidence on Monday that longtime President Robert Mugabe could be impeached within two days, while the world's oldest head of state ignored the party's midday deadline to resign.

Military ‘should step back and allow people to oust Robert Mugabe’ – war veterans

Zimbabwe's influential war veterans association says the military should step back and let the people, and politics, remove longtime President Robert Mugabe from power.

Zimbabwe’s crisis could turn violent – official

An influential figure in Zimbabwe's ruling party says he is concerned about possible violence if President Robert Mugabe does not resign immediately.

Robert Mugabe threatened with mob by Zimbabwe war veterans leader

The leader of Zimbabwe's war veterans has threatened to unleash the mob if Robert Mugabe does not resign his role as President.

Anti-Mugabe rally ‘an opportunity for a fresh start’ – Evan Mawarire

Thousands of Zimbabweans are expected to demand President Robert Mugabe's resignation on Saturday at a march in the capital, Harare.

Motion to oust Robert Mugabe tabled in parliament – report

A motion of 'no confidence' in embattled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has reportedly been tabled in parliament by an opposition lawmaker, according to a report.

Zimbabwe faces for ‘more political turmoil’ as 1000s set to march against Robert Mugabe

Zimbabwe was set for more political turmoil on Saturday with protests planned as veterans of the independence war, activists and ruling party leaders called publicly for President Robert Mugabe to be forced from office.

Zimbabwean priest mediating potential Robert Mugabe exit – report

A Catholic priest is mediating a potential political exit for Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, although the 93-year-old is insisting he can only be removed via a party leadership vote, political and intelligence sources said on Thursday.

Zimbabwe takeover should not lead to unconstitutional govt – South Africa’s Jacob Zuma

President Jacob Zuma of South Africa expressed hope on Wednesday that there would not be unconstitutional changes of government in Zimbabwe after the military seized power in Harare.

Zimbabwe army detains finance minister – govt source

Zimbabwe’s military detained Finance Minister, Ignatius Chombo, on Wednesday after seizing power in an attempt to root out “criminals” around President Robert Mugabe, a government source said.

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