Amid the jubilation on the streets of Harare after Robert Mugabe's resignation, few Zimbabweans were giving much thought to what the future holds for the 93-year-old strongman and his despised wife, Grace. A controversial figure known as "Gucci Grace" for her spending habits, she had been positioning herself as a successor to her husband, the president. And as Mugabe became more fragile, she seemed to grow more politically robust - but now that her sworn enemy Emmerson Mnangagwa will take over the country's leadership, the fate of the former first lady is even less clear as she may face criminal charges in Zimbabwe.
Where Is Grace Mugabe?
East African, 23 November 2017
On the eve of the swearing in of Zimbabwe's next leader Emmerson Mnangagwa, focus is turning to the fate of former first lady Grace Mugabe. Read more »
South Africa 'Dangerous For Robert and Grace Mugabe'
New Zimbabwe, 23 November 2017
South Africa is a dangerous country for President Robert Mugabe and his wife, Grace, to seek refuge as some of its citizens and international human rights activists will hound the… Read more »
Where Is Grace After Robert Mugabe's Exit in Harare?
Nation, 23 November 2017
In Harare, on the eve of the swearing in of Zimbabwe's next leader Emmerson Mnangagwa, focus is turning to the fate of former first lady Grace Mugabe. Read more »
Protesters were united in their opposition to both Robert and Grace Mugabe continuing to rule Zimbabwe.
Thwarted Ambitions Caused Zimbabwe's Fall From Grace
Nation, 18 November 2017
Zimbabwe's democracy had become a charade. Read more »
Incoming interim president Emmerson Mnangagwa says many investors are already showing interest in the country following the resignation of Robert Mugabe on Tuesday. He was ... Read more »
There is jubilation on the streets of Harare as ordinary Zimbabweans react to the news that the country's longtime leader - President Robert Mugabe - has resigned moments before a ... Read more »
As pressure is mounting on the veteran leader to step down and most of those believed to be his allies detained by the army, it is unclear if anyone will attend what may be the ... Read more »
President Robert Mugabe has resigned, parliament speaker Jacob Mudenda says. The surprise announcement came as lawmakers debated an impeachment motion against Mugabe in a joint ... Read more »
The Congress of South African Trade Unions has called for the Department of International Relations and Cooperation to reverse its decision granting Grace Mugabe diplomatic ... Read more »
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