Published: Sat, November 18, 2017
Money | By Michele Stevens

ZCTU Warns SADC Against Protecting Mugabe

ZCTU Warns SADC Against Protecting Mugabe

Ncube, one of the few Zimbabweans who would speak on the record said: "This could potentially worsen the little democracy we had left".

Zimbabwe's military on Wednesday claimed to have seized power from President Robert Mugabe. "I think in a dynamic like this we shouldn't see any significant fallout on South Africa", he said.

A fighter, both literally and figuratively during a political career that included several assassination attempts, Mr. Mugabe now appears to have reached the end of the road.

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He was then taken back to the army's main KGVI barracks in Harare, where Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo is also being held, an army source said. He also called on Mugabe to resign as it is "in the interest of the people".

Mr. Moyo's front door was blown open with explosives, scattering glass across the entrance hall, while the inside walls of Mr. Kasukuwere's house were pocked with bullet holes.

If anyone has cause to demand that rough justice be meted out to Robert Mugabe it is Patson Dzamara, whose brother Itai, an opposition activist, was abducted from the street past year and is presumed to have been murdered.

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Detained Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has reportedly "agreed in principle" to step down after his 37- year rule.

Stephanie Wolters, head of the peace and security programme at the Institute for Security Studies said the key for South Africa would be long term economic stability.

Chergui said the AU would remain "vigilant" but "for the time being we hope SADC will succeed in defusing the tensions and promote. a peaceful solution to what is happening there".

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The Zimbabwean military leaders have repeated that it is not a coup d'état against Mugabe, because their target is "the criminals around the president who want to destabilize the country". They have been watching developments in Zimbabwe very closely with most expressing mixed emotions over the current situation.

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