Mugabe's Family in Disarray After Ouster

Following the recent military intervention which brought to a dramatic end former president Robert Mugabe's 37-year-old rule, his family is now scattered across different countries, while their multi-million dollar businesses and deals face collapse, write Zimbabwe Independent's Bernard Mpofu and Elias Mambo.

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Before ouster: The Mugabes (file photo).

Former president Robert Mugabe's nephew Patrick Zhuwao and his son Jason (file photo).

Photo: GroundUp

War veterans celebrate the removal of Robert Mugabe as president of Zanu-PF.

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