AS IT HAPPENED: 'The old man should be allowed to rest' - Tendai Biti on #Zimbabwe's Mugabe

2017-11-15 06:30

Zimbabwe is tense as the army has taken over Zimbabwe's ZBC state broadcaster and detained senior politicians, including President Robert Mugabe. Follow Live updates.


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The old man should be allowed to rest, says Tendai Biti of Robert Mugabe

15 Nov 14:43
This coup is in your bedroom, says Tendai Biti

15 Nov 14:41
I'm shocked at this; I'm not a sangoma - Tendai Biti

15 Nov 14:39
The military put careful planning into this. There has been no loss of life - former Zimbabwe finance minister Tendai Biti

15 Nov 14:38
Tendai Biti says: The army is in charge

15 Nov 14:32
Coup? What coup? Zimbabwe's Herald misses army move on Mugabe

15 Nov 14:31

Companies on alert, SA bank brings some staff home #Zimbabwe

Companies are being vigilant over their operations in Zimbabwe after military vehicles descended on the capital of Harare and the army seized power, threatening President Robert Mugabe’s 37-year rule.

15 Nov 14:30
PICS: Situation on the streets of Harare

15 Nov 14:27
Herald publication reports that schools, markets, transport and public moving about freely in Zimbabwe

15 Nov 14:21
Questions around the location and role of former Zimbabwean vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa

15 Nov 14:09
Alex Magaisa, law professor at University of Kent, discusses the actions of Constantine Chiwenga, in an interview with Bloomberg.

15 Nov 14:03
Why did Robert Mugabe chosen to work with counter revolutionaries? Why did he choose to denounce war veterans who have been with him during the liberation war? queried Matemadanda

15 Nov 14:02
Victor Matemadanda: All political parties should embrace this, we anticipate inclusivity as no one person can correct the situation that we are in.

15 Nov 14:01
Victor Matemadanda: The Zanu PF central committee will proceed and align the party to return to constitutionalism

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Bitcoin is going wild in Zimbabwe

Bitcoin climbed as much as 10% on Zimbabwe’s Golix exchange on Wednesday after the country’s armed forces seized power.

15 Nov 13:50

LATEST: Zimbabwe war vets group wants Mugabe recalled

The head of Zimbabwe's influential war veterans association says they stand with the army and that President Robert Mugabe should be recalled as president and ruling party leader.

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R29bn in trade between SA and Zimbabwe

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"Whether I'm happy or not happy, it doesn't change anything."

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“It is pertinent to restate that the Zimbabwe Defence Forces remains the major stock holders in respect to the gains of liberation struggle and when these are threatened, we are obliged to take corrective measures,” Commander of the Defence Forces, Constantine Chiwenga has said.

15 Nov 13:31
"We're hoping this situation will be controlled" - Zuma

15 Nov 13:31
Zuma says he will send an envoy to Angola to brief on security in SADC

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JUST IN: Zim state radio resumes some of its normal programming

Zimbabwe's state radio resumed some of its normal programming shortly after noon on Wednesday.

15 Nov 13:24
Grace Mugabe has fled to Namibia - Sky News report

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Zimbabwe is SA's 5th biggest trading partner  

150 SA companies operating in Zimbabwe

15 Nov 13:15
ENCA finance analyst says the rand is not impacted by the Zimbabwe crisis

15 Nov 13:12
Mnangagwa is back in Zimbabwe, says SABC analyst Izak Khomo

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Mugabe is not a key player - he's an icon, says analyst Izak Khomo

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War veterans throwing their support behind the military action in Zimbabwe

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Roadblocks in Zimbabwe

15 Nov 12:46

China: Zimbabwe army chief visit 'normal military exchange'

A visit to Beijing last week by Zimbabwean army commander General Constantino Chiwenga, who appears to have taken control of the country, was a "normal military exchange," China's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.

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