While the entire world sits and watches the tense political situation in Zimbabwe, South Africa's President Jacob Zuma, in his capacity as chairperson of the SADC, has sent special envoys to Zimbabwe to meet President Robert Mugabe and the Zimbabwean Defence Force. Zuma says he spoke to Mugabe earlier today "who indicated that he was confined to his home but said that he was fine".
Mugabe 'Confined' to His Home‚ Zuma Confirms
South Africa, 15 November 2017
President Jacob Zuma, in his capacity as Chair of SADC, is sending Special Envoys to Zimbabwe and Angola in light of the unfolding situation in the Republic of Zimbabwe. Read more »
What Led to Situation in Zimbabwe?
allAfrica, 15 November 2017
Here are the most recent events leading to the tense political situation in Zimbabwe: Read more »
Social Media Abuzz With Rumours of Imminent Coup, Claims Mugabe Residence Under Siege
Daily Maverick, 14 November 2017
Zimbabwe appears to have staggered a step closer to a military coup, amid rumours that military vehicles have already rolled out of army bases heading for the capital Harare and… Read more »
Malema's Party Reacts to Political Developments in Zimbabwe
EFF, 15 November 2017
The Economic Freedom Fighters notes the political developments in Zimbabwe and believe that as a revolutionary Pan Africanist Movement, we will not be on the fence when major… Read more »
Zuma Calls for Calm, Restraint in Zimbabwe
President Jacob Zuma, on behalf of SADC, has noted with great concern the unfolding political situation in the Republic of Zimbabwe. Read more »
The army, maintaining a presence in Harare, are calling for peace and calm.
Zimbabwe's military on Wednesday said it had seized power in a targeted assault on "criminals" around President Robert Mugabe, but said that the ... see more »
'Peace and Love Over Everything' - Robert Mugabe Jr
News24Wire, 15 November 2017
Amidst heightened tensions in Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe's son, Robert Mugabe Jr, has posted an archive video of his father denouncing military takeover. Read more »
Zimbabwe Crisis - Robert Mugabe Must Step Down and Free and Fair Elections Held Immediately
DA, 15 November 2017
The current instability in Zimbabwe must be a cause for concern for all African countries who stand for democracy on the continent. According to reports, the Zimbabwean Defence… Read more »
Mugabe Must Resign - Democratic Alliance
The Democratic Alliance has called for Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe to resign and the country to hold fresh elections, as the security situation in that country deteriorates. Read more »
Ruling Party Youth Leader Threatens War On Army Chief
New Zimbabwe, 14 November 2017
ZANU PF youths have threatened war on the army, a day after Commander of the Defence Forces chief, General Constantine Chiwenga, demanded that President Robert Mugabe halts the… Read more »
Remove Mugabe and Reclaim Your Country - Malema
This is Africa, 13 November 2017
South African opposition Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) Leader Julius Malema has once again criticised Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe for clinging on to power again stating… Read more »
There are unconfirmed reports that Zimbabwe's finance minister Ignatius Chombo has been arrested by the military after a takeover of the state broadcaster in the early hours of ... Read more »
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