Zimbabwe: Mugabe Fires VP, Ministers

Vice President Joice Mujuru and several ministers have reportedly been sacked.

  • Zimbabwe:   Mugabe Sacks Yet Another Round of Top Officials

    Deutsche Welle, 9 December 2014

    Leader of Zimbabwe, 90-year-old President Robert Mugabe, has fired eight people from his government. He has accused them of being part of a plot to overthrow him. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Mujuru, Cabinet Ministers Booted Out

    New Zimbabwe, 9 December 2014

    IT'S official! President Mugabe has fired his vice Joice Mujuru and eight cabinet ministers in the much awaited shake-up following the Zanu PF congress which ended Sunday in… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Mujuru Pleads Innocence

    The Herald, 10 December 2014

    JOICE Mujuru yesterday said she was "a poor widow" and a "true Christian" who had "no capacity" to engineer President Mugabe's assassination. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   VP Mujuru Bites the Dust

    The Herald, 9 December 2014

    Vice President Joice Mujuru has been fired form the Government along with eight other ministers as President Mugabe reshuffled his cabinet today. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Social Media in Mujuru, Herald Parody Party

    New Zimbabwe, 9 December 2014

    LATCHING onto what is becoming an increasingly predictable path where the government-owned Herald newspaper carries an obvious front page 'expose' of beleaguered former vice… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Mujuru and 11 Ministers Booted Out

    New Zimbabwe, 9 December 2014

    President Robert Mugabe has reportedly fired some cabinet ministers including Vice President Joice Mujuru in the much awaited shake-up following the Zanu PF congress which ended… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Mugabe Fires Ministers

    The Herald, 9 December 2014

    President Mugabe is expected to announce a new look cabinet this afternoon after conducting a reshuffle that will likely see the dismissal of ministers aligned to Vice President… Read more »

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