[New Zimbabwe] Former president Robert Mugabe is now unable to walk and has been in Singapore over the past two months for medical attention.
[New Zimbabwe] Former President Robert Mugabe was Monday greeted with wild cheers from perceived MDC Alliance supporters who waved open palms when he turned up at Mhofu Primary School, his traditional voting place in Harare’s Highfields suburb, to cast his ballot.
[News24Wire] Former president Robert Mugabe and his family left the official presidential residences in a terrible state, with leaking roofs, broken flush handles and unkempt tennis courts, a private newspaper reported on Tuesday.
[Deutsche Welle] The former first lady of Zimbabwe, Grace Mugabe, is suspected by wildlife officials of having smuggled ivory worth millions of dollars. The wife of ex-President Robert Mugabe was once tipped to lead the country.
[News24Wire] Zimbabwe’s ruling party says Robert Mugabe could lose his immunity and privileges as a former head of state and face expulsion from the party.
[Zimbabwe Standard] A top Roman Catholic cleric who helped negotiate former president Robert Mugabe’s exit after last year’s military takeover says the ageing politician appears happy in retirement.
[New Zimbabwe] The MDC-T says it is confident of securing a landslide victory in this year’s harmonised elections, despite internecine succession fights reportedly rocking the opposition movement.
[News24Wire] The Zimbabwe Amalgamated Churches Council (ZACC) has reportedly rubbished claims by former president Robert Mugabe’s nephew that the new government of President Emmerson Mnagagwa was “ill-treating” his uncle.
[allAfrica] As Zimbabwe’s economy has gone from bad to worse in recent years, Robert Mugabe’s political and physical demise has been predicted many times but he has always confounded his many critics – so far at least. He has been seen as a revolutionary hero, fighting white minority rule for the freedom of his people, but some rank him among the continent’s worst.
[IRIN] Harare -At the ripe old age of 93, Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s long-serving president, has offered himself as the candidate to lead his ruling ZANU-PF party in elections next year.