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Emmerson Mnangagwa Sworn in as Zimbabwe’s President

Dismissed former Zimbabwean Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has Friday been sworn in as the country's new President. Mnangagwa was accompanied by his wife Auxilia to the swearing in ceremony, which Zimbabweans have described as a “historic day”. The ceremony was held at the National Sports Stadium in Harare. He took the oath, which was

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Robert Mugabe Refuses to Step Down, Calls for Immediate Reforms

Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe refused to step down and instead called for immediate reforms in the country on Sunday night while addressing the nation in a much anticipated live television broadcast, despite earlier reports that he would resign. In his speech which lasted about 20 minutes, Mugabe noted that "we cannot

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ZIMBABWE: Sacked VP Mnangagwa Made Interim President in ‘Bloodless Transition’

Dismissed former Zimbabwean Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has been made the country’s interim president. Mnangagwa landed at Manyame Airforce Base to take control of the country’s government. Meanwhile President Robert Mugabe, who has been Zimabwe's President for 37 years, has been detained on what the army has described as a “bloodless transition

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Meet Zimbabwe’s ‘Minister of WhatsApp’

A spoof government notice hit social media as soon as President Robert Mugabe announced he had set up a new ministry responsible for Cyber Security, Threat Detection and Mitigation. Zimbabweans reacted with customary humour to the letter, which faked the signature and letterhead of the newly appointed cyber minister - Patrick

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VIDEO: Pastor Claims To ‘Talk To God On Phone’

A Zimbabwean pastor has left the world wondering after he claimed he talks to God on phone. Pastor Paul Sanyangore from Victory World International Ministries is seen on phone in front of a congregation saying: "hello is this Heaven?". He then claims he has been talking to God. Watch Full Video https://youtu.be/H2cKspAkVu4

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Zimbabwe’s Key Opposition Figures Ally to End Mugabe Rule

Two of Zimbabwe's best known opposition figures have agreed to form an alliance against President Robert Mugabe. Long-time Mugabe critic Morgan Tsvangirai and former Vice-President Joice Mujuru say they will work together in next year's election. However, it is not yet clear which of them will be the presidential candidate. Mr Mugabe, 93,

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