Grace Mugabe's Allies Face Uncertain Future

Soon after President Robert Mugabe's resignation, unconfirmed news spread like a veldt fire that his allies had been arrested. Ever since, for ministers aligned to a faction called G40, it has been a case of hide and seek with military intelligence that has already captured the former finance minister Ignatius Chombo. With the war veterans urging President Emmerson Mnangagwa to dump all those who failed to defend him when he was kicked out of Mugabe's government, their future has become more uncertain.

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From left, Saviour Kasukuwere and Jonathan Moyo (file photo).

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