Mnangagwa escapes injury in blast at Zanu PF campaign rally

Mnangagwa escapes injury in blast at Zanu PF campaign rally

An explosion during a political rally in Zimbabwe has been called an assassination attempt on President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who narrowly escaped injury after speaking to Zanu PF party supporters. The grenade-like blast came as Mnangagwa was leaving the platform at White City Stadium. At least eight other people were injured,…

Confusion in Zimbabwe as Mugabe impeachment plans move forward

President Robert Mugabe has called a cabinet meeting Tuesday in Zimbabwe, following a weekend speech in which the 93-year-old leader was expected to resign – but then, he never did. It’s the latest development in a confusing week that has seen the country’s military intervene and Mugabe’s own ruling Zanu…

Zimbabwe: Zanu PF demands Mugabe resignation by Monday

The end has come for President Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe, as the ruling Zanu PF party demanded the 93-year-old leader’s resignation. He has until midday on Monday to voluntary resign or face impeachment proceedings. The Zanu PF leadership said Sunday that Grace Mugabe and associates had taken advantage of Mugabe’s…

Zimbabwe: Short Mugabe address skims State of the Nation surface

President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe delivered his State of the Nation address Tuesday, in a short speech that skimmed atop the surface of the country’s spiraling economic and political challenges. In Harare, the 92-year-old Mugabe spoke for just 28 minutes while addressing parliament in a chamber that frequently burst into…

Zuma leaves Pretoria protests behind for Mugabe meeting

Embattled South African President Jacob Zuma headed for Harare Thursday morning to discuss trade and investment with his equally beleaguered counterpart, President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe. Zuma left behind thousands of protesters in Pretoria demanding his resignation following the release of the long awaited “State of Capture” report.  The investigation…

Zimbabweans scoff at rash Mugabe declaration on U.N.

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe’s proclamation that the country will next year leave the United Nations has been met with derision from Zimbabwe citizens, political leaders and agency heads. The statement, made to Zanu PF supporters over the weekend as Mugabe returned from the UGNA in New York, variously has been…