President Emmerson Mnangagwa has arrived in Russia to kick start his five-nation European tour as protests against his government rock Harare and Bulawayo. New Zimbabwe reports that exiled former cabinet minister Professor Jonathan Moyo criticised the Zimbabwean leader for hiring a luxury jet while unrest flares back home.
Mnangagwa Arrives in Russia As Protests Rock Zimbabwe
New Zimbabwe, 14 January 2019
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has arrived in Russia to kick start his five-nation European tour as protests against his government rocked Harare and Bulawayo. Read more »
President Emmerson Mnangagwa stands at attention as Zimbabwe's national anthem is played by a Guard of Honour mounted for him by the Russian military in Moscow. With Mnangagwa is Russia's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs (the Middle East and Africa) Bogdanov Mikhail Leonidovich.
Mnangagwa to Meet Putin On Tuesday
New Zimbabwe, 15 January 2019
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected to meet Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Moscow this Tuesday, the Kremlin press service has confirmed. Read more »
President Arrives in Russia, Meets Putin
The Herald, 15 January 2019
President Mnangagwa arrived here yesterday for a three-day State visit and will today meet his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. Read more »
President Arrives in Russia
The Herald, 14 January 2019
President Mnangagwa has arrived in Moscow on a three-day State Visit at the invitation of his Russian counterpart President Vladimir Putin. Read more »
President Mnangagwa Off on Five-Country European Tour
President Mnangagwa early this morning left for Russia on the first leg of a whirlwind five-country tour that will take him across Eurasia and then to Switzerland, as part of his… Read more »
Minister of State for National Security Owen Ncube has blamed the opposition MDC Alliance, its allies in non-governmental organisations and civic society sectors for a day of ... Read more »
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