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Robert Mugabe’s stepson facing eviction over rent arrears

Former Zimbabwean ruler Robert Mugabe’s socialite stepson is facing eviction from a property over rental arrears dating back three years, court documents seen Wednesday by AFP showed.

Report: Grace Mugabe demands prime land ‘gift’

Zimbabwe's ex-first lady Grace Mugabe has reportedly filed a court application to "force" a local company to hand over at least five hectares of "prime land" it donated to her in 2011.
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Video: I saved my mom’s contact number as ‘Gucci Grace’ – Robert Mugabe Jr

Zimbabwean former first lady Grace Mugabe's son jokingly said that he saved his mother's contact number as "Gucci Grace" - before laughing and retracting the during an interview with a local radio station, Zim Metro.

Report: Robert Mugabe backed party faces divisions

A Zimbabwean opposition party that was reportedly backed by former president Robert Mugabe has since been hit by divisions, according to a report.

Report: Police ‘closing in’ on Grace Mugabe in ivory probe

Zimbabwean police investigating an ivory-smuggling racket will soon question former ruler Robert Mugabe's wife Grace, who is accused of arranging shipments abroad, a government-owned newspaper reported on Friday.

Zimbabwe’s Emmerson Mnangagwa to meet Xi in first China state visit

Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa was due to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday as he seeks economic support from a major partner that previously backed his ousted predecessor Robert Mugabe.

Grace Mugabe files charges against gold miners looting farm

Zimbabwe’s former first lady has reportedly filed complaints against at least 400 artisanal gold miners who have looted her Mazowe farm and are threatening her children’s livelihood.

Reports: Grace Mugabe’s farm in Zimbabwe seized

Illegal gold miners in Zimbabwe have seized a farm belonging to former first lady Grace Mugabe, local media reported, just four months after former president Robert Mugabe was ousted from power.

Grace Mugabe’s farm invaded by Zimbabwe gold diggers

Illegal workers have invaded the farm of former Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe to mine for gold.

Grace Mugabe ‘spirited large consignments of ivory to China, United Arab Emirates, US’

Zimbabwean police are investigating former ruler Robert Mugabe's wife Grace, accused of smuggling ivory worth millions to underground foreign markets, a state-owned weekly reported Sunday.

Grace Mugabe under probe for ivory smuggling

Zimbabwean police are investigating former ruler Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace, accused of smuggling ivory worth millions to underground foreign markets, a state-owned weekly reported Sunday.

Reobert Mugabe insists current Zimbabwe situation ‘must be reversed’

Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe says South Africa should have sent troops instead of a team of negotiators to prevent his ouster by the military last year.

Zimbabwe investigates Grace Mugabe for illegal ivory smuggling

Zimbabwe has launched an investigation into the country's former first lady, Grace Mugabe, over her alleged involvement in an ivory smuggling ring.

Report: Grace Mugabe ‘used state-owned ivory as gifts for Asian first ladies’

Zimbabwe's former first lady Grace Mugabe ordered national parks officials to release ivory to her from its stowrerooms to be given as gifts to first ladies in Asia, a newspaper claimed Wednesday.

Grace Mugabe: It was me who convinced my husband to resign

Former first lady Grace Mugabe says she convinced her husband to stand down after last year’s military takeover when he was determined not to, it has emerged.

Robert Mugabe: I never thought Emmerson Mnangagwa will turn against me

Zimbabwe’s former leader, Robert Mugabe, said in an interview broadcast on Thursday that he never thought President Emmerson Mnangagwa would turn against him and denounced Mnangagwa’s move to oust him in 2017 as a coup.

Report: Robbers raid new Mugabe mansion

Three men have appeared in a Harare court for overpowering an armed policeman and stealing materials worth nearly $5 000 from the building site of Bona Mugabe’s mansion.

Report: Top Zanu-PF official quits to lead pro-Robert Mugabe splinter group

A new party linked to loyalists of former president Robert Mugabe is likely to be led by a top Zanu-PF official who quit last week, reports from Zimbabwe say.

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