Bitter Mugabe going after ED

HARARE - The country’s sulking former leader, Robert Mugabe — together with his restless wife, Grace — is said to be stepping up his efforts to get back at his successor, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, despite last week’s reports that a number of people and organisations are working hard behind the scenes to try and reconcile the two men.

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Comments (3)

I am not seeing any reason why the old men continues to argue on his removal from officer. He is old must rest. As long the Govt. gives him his social status. I was also surprised to hear him saying soldiers are not educated. I am now doing my PhD with a local University and I graduated with MSc with GZU. Akandibata musoro. Aitinyima mari zvino iye akuda cash inobva kupi?

Robson Tsikai - 12 March 2018

I am not seeing any reason why the old men continues to argue on his removal from officer. He is old must rest. As long the Govt. gives him his social status. I was also surprised to hear him saying soldiers are not educated. I am now doing my PhD with a local University and I graduated with MSc with GZU. Akandibata musoro. Aitinyima mari zvino iye akuda cash inobva kupi?

Robson Tsikai - 12 March 2018

Reconciliation for what Mugabe is not idiot he said it already why does ED want support from Mugabe he knows has no support himself if he has why is he worried about umdala wethu .

Dave - 12 March 2018

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