Zimbabwe: Did Chiwenga Endorse Mnangagwa?
The country's Defence Forces commander General Constantine Chiwenga and other senior Zanu PF leaders have reportedly endorsed Emmerson Mnangagwa to succeed President Robert Mugabe.
Military chief Constantine Chiwenga.
Zimbabwe Independent, 28 September 2012
IN this ninth instalment of his article on succession and the Zanu PF constitution, Derek Matyszak looks at how the Mujuru faction outfoxed the Mnangagwa camp in the battle to... read more »
Zimbabwe Standard, 24 June 2012
Vice-President Joice Mujuru is now isolated in the fight to succeed President Robert Mugabe as her late husband's former allies have switched their allegiance to her rivals, top... read more »
Zimbabwe: Chiwenga Urges Rural Development
The Herald, 26 June 2012
Government should develop rural infrastructure in areas that bore the brunt of the liberation struggle and improve people's living standards, Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander... read more »
Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Hails President
The Herald, 14 August 2012
DEFENCE Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa has commended President Mugabe's vision in enunciating the policy of reconciliation after independence saying it has provided the platform for... read more »
Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Faction Disgruntled
Zimbabwe Independent, 27 July 2012
ZANU PF's factional divisions, widened by dissolution of District Coordinating Committees (DCCs), have apparently assumed a regional and tribal dimension capable of further tearing... read more »
Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Camp Says Mugabe Ill Advised
SW Radio Africa, 27 July 2012
Members of Emmerson Mnangagwa's inner circle in the Midlands province have accused Robert Mugabe and the politburo of waging a 'merciless war' against the Defence Minister, which... read more »
Supporters of Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa have accused President Robert Mugabe and the politburo of waging a 'merciless war' after the former ruling party decided to disband ... Read more »