A video clip showing papers being taken off the table in front of President Robert Mugabe and placed on the floor between General Constantine Chiwenga and Police Commissioner Augustine Chihuri has prompted a wave of conspiracy theories. His address on November 20, left millions of people around the world, including Zimbabweans, confused after expectations were raised that he would resign.
Mugabe Flips Script, Absolves Army From Coup Claims
New Zimbabwe, 20 November 2017
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Al jazeera screenshot.
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