South Africa debating immunity for Zimbabwe first lady

South Africa debating immunity for Zimbabwe first lady

Johannesburg – South African officials are debating whether to grant diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwe’s first lady Grace Mugabe who is accused of assaulting a 20-year-old model in Johannesburg earlier this week. Mugabe is still in South Africa after a day...
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Grace Mugabe ‘invoking diplomatic immunity’ over allegations she assaulted young South African model

Grace Mugabe ‘invoking diplomatic immunity’ over allegations she assaulted young South African model

  By Our Foreign Staff Zimbabwe’s first lady Grace Mugabe has claimed diplomatic immunity after being accused of assaulting a 20-year-old model, South African police said Wednesday, confirming she had not fled the country. “The suspect(‘...
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ZIMBABWE COMMUNIST PARTY: GRACE MUGABE HAS ANGER MANAGEMENT ISSUES

ZIMBABWE COMMUNIST PARTY: GRACE MUGABE HAS ANGER MANAGEMENT ISSUES

Eyewitness News has reliably learnt that Mugabe is still in the country but her exact whereabouts remain unknown. Clement Manyathela JOHANNESBURG – The Zimbabwean Communist Party says it’s not surprised by the alleged assault on a woman by the country&#821...
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Police: No court date set for Grace Mugabe after alleged assault

Police: No court date set for Grace Mugabe after alleged assault

  Johannesburg – A court appearance for Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe, relating to an alleged bloody attack against a model, is not yet on the table, said police spokesperson Vishnu Naidoo. “As long as we don’t have a suspect...
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State hunts for Mutodi’s backers

State hunts for Mutodi’s backers

POLICE yesterday said they had established that the incarcerated Energy Mutodi, who was arrested on Thursday after he insinuated there would be a coup, was part of an organised syndicate of powerful people, whom the law enforcers want to round...
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Energy Mutodi says a coup is likely in Zimb if  Mugabe fails to “carefully choose his successor

Energy Mutodi says a coup is likely in Zimb if Mugabe fails to “carefully choose his successor

Harare – Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s ally, controversial businessman Energy Mutodi says a coup is likely in Zimbabwe if President Robert Mugabe fails to “carefully choose his successor” amid rising succession tensions within the rul...
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Tsvangirai, Mujuru deal dead

Tsvangirai, Mujuru deal dead

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s planned coalition with his National People’s Party (NPP) counterpart Joice Mujuru has reportedly hit turbulent waters in what insiders claim are disagreements over the presidency and allocation of parliamentary seats ahead ...
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Mnangagwa allies plot fightback

Mnangagwa allies plot fightback

ZANU PF could be heading for an implosion amid reports that Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s allies were spoiling for a fight with their rivals following the recent public humiliation of their leader by First Lady Grace Mugabe. BY BLESSED MHLANGA/RICHARD ...
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‘Dark and tormented history’: Zimbabweans slam vote for Mugabe to change constitution

‘Dark and tormented history’: Zimbabweans slam vote for Mugabe to change constitution

Harare – Prominent Zimbabweans Wednesday took to social media to slam a vote by MPs from President Robert Mugabe’s party to change the constitution, just four years after the country adopted the new charter. The Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No.1...
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‘Mujuru not committed to coalition, grandstanding’

‘Mujuru not committed to coalition, grandstanding’

TRANSFORM Zimbabwe (TZ) leader Jacob Ngarivhume yesterday accused National People’s Party leader Joice Mujuru of political grandstanding and not being committed to the ongoing coalition talks with other opposition leaders. BY OBEY MANAYITI Both Mujuru and Ng...
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