Robert Mugabe salutes ED for poll win

HARARE - Zimbabwe's ousted former leader, Robert Mugabe, yesterday shocked the nation when he made a stunning about-turn — moving to end his long-running feud with President Emmerson Mnangagwa by congratulating his successor for winning the hotly-disputed July 30 presidential poll.

Comments (4)

That is equivocation. Take this with a pinch of salt.

Argus - 27 August 2018

A result of Land Audit - one man one farm mooted by ED as well application by warvets to rename RGM international airport back to Harare Int. Airport. And all other ill-gotten wealth he amassed will not be touched now.

Sinyo - 27 August 2018

Nothing strange about Mr Mugabe's position. That's politics - no permanent enemies or friends, but permanent interests! In any case, he shows maturity and statesmanship. He simply acknowledged that his favoured horse lost.

Mhofu Chaiyo - 27 August 2018

i was shocked to learn that a12 year girl doing grade seven @ kenzamba primary in mash west slept with 21 men and as we speak these men are said to be innocent

t.gumbura - 27 August 2018

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