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South Africa: Ramaphosa and the Ghost of Kuzwayo

The attempt to succeed the incumbent South African President Jacob Zuma is creating a lot of scrutiny and controversy. What else do you expect when you are dealing with or close to an incredibly controversial leader like Lord Zuma? To some South Africans, their aspiring ANC leader cum Presidential aspirant, Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa is a different political entity. Yes, different from the corrupt-ridden President Jacob Zuma, they would argue. However, to others, Mr. Ramaphosa is just the same old…

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BREAKING NEWS: President Robert Mugabe Dismissed as Leader of Ruling Party, Grace Mugabe Expelled from the Party.

President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe has been dismissed as the leader of the ruling ZANU – PF party. Moreover, his powerful and influential wife Grace Mugabe has been expelled from the party altogether. President Mugabe has been given a deadline until Monday to resign as the President of Zimbabwe or face an impeachment. Following the dismissal of his former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa two weeks ago from his position based on watery allegations, President Robert Mugabe effectively wrote his…

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Zimbabwe: mene mene tekel upharsin

For those who have been following the political metamorphosis in Zimbabwe or reading our articles about that country, no one needed a political soothsayer to predict the military intervention yesterday in Zimbabwe. The Nebuchadnezzar – like warning had been written boldly and clearly in the palace of President Mugabe, but no one seemed to listen or understand the warning. Those who saw or understood the prophetic warning simply ignored it. Perhaps, they never believe it. They fully believed in…

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Zimbabwe: Power Struggle, Dictatorship or Anarchy?

Is the power struggle in Zimbabwe dragging the country into a dictatorship or irredeemable anarchy? This is the question in the minds of many as the power rivalry within the ruling Zanu-PF party and political chess game to succeed President Robert Mugabe head into a dangerous dimension in Zimbabwe. Yesterday, four people have been dragged to court in Zimbabwe for allegedly booing First Lady Grace Mugabe. The accused persons are facing charges of undermining the president’s authority. The four…

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Oscar Pistorius hasn’t shown Remorse, Prosecutors insist

Convicted killer and a former celebrity athlete Oscar Pistorius has shown regret but not “true, gut-wrenching” remorse for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, prosecutors have said. They are seeking to have the Paralympic gold medallist’s six-year sentence for murder increased. According to Daily Mirror report, the prosecutors are saying the current sentence was “shockingly lenient” and an “injustice.” Pistorius, 30, was jailed in July last year after he was found guilty on appeal of murdering Ms. Steenkamp…

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Aftermath Grace Mugabe SA Assault Scandal: Solidarity Rally or Condemnation?

In a usual sign of solidarity and allegiance to President Family, the Zimbabwean ruling party Zanu-PF party rallied in Harare on Wednesday in support of the First Lady Grace Mugabe, who is facing charges in South Africa after her much publicized physical attacks on 20-year-old South African model Gabriella Engels. The First Lady Grace Mugabe was strongly condemned by human rights groups, both in South Africa and Zimbabwe for the assaults and subsequent immunity the South African government granted…

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More Challenges For Grace Mugabe As Ms. Engels` Lawyers Challenge Her Immunity

As expected, lawyers representing Gabriella Engels, the South African model, who alleged that she was assaulted by Mrs. Grace Mugabe, the First Lady of Zimbabwe, have made an application in court, challenging the decision of the South African government to grant diplomatic immunity on Grace Mugabe. The application was officially filed in the high court in Pretoria by the AfriForum group, on behalf of Ms. Engels. In her submission, AfriForum argues, on behalf of Ms. Engels, that the immunity…

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South Africa: What Next as Grace Mugabe Returns to Zimbabwe Unprosecuted?

While legal juggernauts representing Gabriella Engels, the alleged victim of an assault by Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe, were finalizing their strategies in the legal battle against Mrs. Mugabe, the First Lady is reported to have returned to Zimbabwe. Her return to Zimbabwe is very controversial, having in mind that the South African police had issued a “red alert“ at the country`s borders for the Wife of President Robert Mugabe. The 52 ““ year-old First Lady of Zimbabwe, Grace…

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Grace Mugabe Declared Wanted in South Africa Over “Attack“ on a Woman

The First Lady of Zimbabwe, Grace Mugabe is wanted in South Africa over an “attack“ on a woman. The South African police have issued a “red alert” at the country’s borders for Zimbabwe’s 52 ““ year-old First Lady Grace Mugabe, who is believed to still be in South Africa, although her whereabouts are unknown. The “red alert” followed Mrs. Mugabe`s failure to appear in the court on Tuesday to answer questions regarding her alleged assault on a 20-year-old woman,…

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Mugabe`s Son and Friends Lavish Money on Expensive Champagne

While an average Zimbabwean is struggling to have a meal on their table and many hardworking Zimbabweans are not yet paid their salaries for months, after having given their best for the country, President Mugabe’s son Chatunga, whose friend described together with his other friends as “bar Rangers,” is on the other hand, busy partying and squandering money on extremely expensive champagne in South Africa. This came at a time the former finance minister of Zimbabwe, Tendai Biti lamented…

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