I'll Be Back in Zimbabwe Shortly, Says Tsvangirai
Responding to reports that he's battling for his life in South Africa, with his doctors having indicated that he had three months to live, Morgan Tsvangirai has taken to his personal Twitter page dismissing the reports as "speculation". "No deadline has been given to me and my family. I am getting routine attention like any other cancer patient and I will be back in Zimbabwe shortly," he said.
News24Wire, 30 January 2018
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