Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has reportedly said that he does not want to be buried at the National Heroes Acre monument in Harare. Family sources told the Zimbabwe Independent that Mugabe said that he does not want the current Zanu-PF government to preside over his funeral.
Zanu-PF Frets Over Mugabe's National Heroes Acre Burial Decision
New Zimbabwe, 12 August 2019
REPORTS that former President Robert Mugabe has told close associates that he does not want to be buried at the National Heroes Acre in Harare when he dies seem to have rattled… Read more »
Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe
Mugabe Rejects Heroes Acre Burial
Zimbabwe Independent, 9 August 2019
Former president Robert Mugabe, one of the luminaries of the liberation struggle and the architect of the National Heroes' Acre Monument, which was supposed to symbolise sacrifice,… Read more »
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