BREAKING NEWS: President Mugabe resigns! . . . Announcement of a new leader tomorrow

REPORTER: Nyemudzai Kakore, Simiso Mlevu; PHOTOGRAPHERS: Wilson Kakurira,  John Manzongo, Innocent Makawa, Tawanda Mudimu;  ONLINE EDITOR: Happiness Chikwanha

HOW IT HAPPENED . . . LIVE

17:46 – Hon Bonyongwe and Hon Chinamasa are back to the Speaker of Parliament and can be heard talking of terminating the debate.

Parliamentarians murmur to each other and erupt saying “Mugabe must go, Mugabe must go.”
Debate has briefly stopped here as and the Speaker announces that debate has been terminated.

17:47 – He announces that President Mugabe has resigned
The house erupts in cheers and the speaker struggles to contain the gallery.

Hon Patrick Chinamasa (r) joins Rtd Brig.Gen Bonyongwe to advise of President Mugabe’s resignation on 21 November 2017.

Hon Patrick Chinamasa (right) joins Rtd Brig.Gen Bonyongwe (left) to advise of President Mugabe’s resignation on 21 November 2017.

17:53 – The Speaker of Parliament now reads the resignation letter

President Mugabe has resignation with immediate effect. Members of the public who came to the gallery chant “Kutonga Kwaro” by Jah Prayzah

17:56 – The house has been adjourned and the speaker advises that a new President will be announced tomorrow

MP Temba Mliswa celebrates President Mugabe's resignation amid impeachment.

MP Temba Mliswa celebrates President Mugabe’s resignation amid impeachment.

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Parliament this afternoon sits to start the process of impeaching President Mugabe.

Zimpapers Online gives you updates of this historic event.

14:30 – The Speaker of the National Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda has acknowledged to the House receipt of the motion to impeach President Mugabe and he says the motion is admissible in terms of the rules of Parliament.

Zanu PF Ministers and members of parliament ready to move a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

Zanu PF Ministers and members of Parliament ready to move a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

14:35- The motion was moved by Senator Monica Mutsvangwa and seconded by Mabvuku/Tafara legislator James Maridadi.

Ministers and members of parliament from Zanu Pf praying before a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

Ministers and members of parliament from Zanu Pf praying before a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

14:40- Advocate Mudenda is now outlining the procedures to be followed and outlining what the Constitution provides in moving such a motion which he described as historic since independence.

Ministers and members of parliament from Zanu Pf praying before a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

Ministers and members of parliament from Zanu Pf praying before a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

14:42- The National chamber is packed beyond its capacity which has resulted in some of the legislators to sit in the public gallery.

Speaker of the house of Assembly honourable Jacob Mudenda in parliament moving a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

Speaker of the house of Assembly honourable Jacob Mudenda in parliament moving a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

14:47- Advocate Mudenda said after consultation with the president of the Senate they have agreed to convene the joint sitting  of both houses at the Harare International Conference Center at 16:30 hours today.

Opposition members of parliament seated ready to move a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

Opposition members of parliament seated ready to move a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

14:48 -He has appealed for tolerance, patience and maintaining dignity during the process.

14:56-The House is now adjourning and will resume at 16:30 hours at the HICC.

PARLIAMENT RESUMES SITTING

16:53 – Joint Parliamentary sitting resumes at the HICC where the proceedings for the impeachment of President Mugabe

16:47 – Minister of Justice, Honourable Happyton Bonyongwe kneels near the Speaker of Parliament and legislators across the house shout, “Ibva apo mutengesi! (Go away sellout!).

Dr Samuel Undenge

Dr Samuel Undenge

16:00 - Moving the motion, Senetor Mutsvangwa says President Mugabe is old and he needs to be hand held. As such, he is no longer fit for office.

Zanu PF Ministers and members of parliament ready to move a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

Zanu PF Ministers and members of parliament ready to move a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

17:00 - President Mugabe, according to Senetor Mutsvangwa, has not taken any meaningful steps to stem endemic corruption which has become the country’s number one enemy as evidenced in the ZESA case where his cabinet minister (Dr Samuel Undenge) approved the transfer of US$5 million without following provisions laid down in the Public Finance Management Act. She also cites the ZIMDEF case involving Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo.

Professor Jonathan Moyo

Professor Jonathan Moyo

17:08 - Senator Monica Mutsvangwa moves the motion to impeach Pres Mugabe and Hon James Maridadi seconds.

17:09 - Senator Mutsvangwa introduces the motion and says among other reasons for impeaching President Mugabe is serious misconduct.

Hon James Maridadi

Hon James Maridadi

17:11 - The President has abrogated his constitutional mandate to his wife who makes public utterances on issues of government like the appointing and dismissal of Government Ministers and senior civil servants.
This motion is moved in terms of Section 97 (1) which provides for the removal of The President or Vice President from office.The charges are
(a) Serious misconduct;

(b) Failure to obey, uphold or defend this Constitution;

(c) Willful violation of this Constitution; or

(d) Inability to perform the functions of the office because of physical or mental incapacity.

Opposition members of parliament seated ready to move a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

Opposition members of parliament seated ready to move a motion to impeach President Mugabe. Picture by John Manzongo

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_MGS610317:12 - Hon Maridadi rises to debate the motion and says the debate is dedicated to Lookout Masuku and Itai Dzamara

“Itai Dzamara disappeared for calling on President Mugabe to step down and Masuku died after he was incarcerated despite the fact the court had not found him guilty.

17:18- Hon Maridadi says President Mugabe presided over a non functioning health system and unemployment. As such, he has to go and go now.

17:19 - Hon Maridadi chides Zanu PF members, who include the Speaker of Parliament saying, “Imbwa hadzisvinure musi umwechete.” He says the very motion was dismissed and described as frivolous before. He says for the past 17 years, MDC T has been arguing that President Mugabe is not fit for office but as late as last week, Zanu PF was endorsing him as their 2018 candidate.

17:24 - Hon Mandipaka thanks Commander of the Defence Forces General Constantino Guvheya Chiwenga for moving in very swiftly adding that Zanu PF cleanses itself when there is a threat in the house, to which opposition Members of Parliament grumble and tell him to go away.

17:26 - Sen Chipanga moves to debate the motion and he supports it saying President Mugabe has let the nation down by failing to act on cases of corruption, citing the case where Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko caused the release of suspects from police stations.

17:28 - Hon Jessie Majome is now debating the motion and says it’s needless to say she is in supports of it.

17:35 - Hon Majome has applauded members of the august House for putting aside their political differences to guard the constitution against President Mugabe due to dereliction of duty. Among reasons for supporting the motion, Hon Majome says President Mugabe has made Zimbabwe a laughing stock because he sleeps even at high level functions, under development, unemployment and also threatening the rule of law.

17:38 -Its now Hon Priscilla Misihairabwi move in support of the motion and says President Mugabe murdered more than 20 000 people from the year 1983 throughout the period of  Gukurahundi period.

“President Robert Mugabe is the man who presided over the killings  of opposition supporters,” says Hon Misihairabwi.

17:46 – Hon Bonyongwe and Hon Chinamasa are back to the Speaker of Parliament and can be heard talking of terminating the debate.

Parliamentarians murmur to each other and erupt saying “Mugabe must go, Mugabe must go.”
Debate has briefly stopped here as and the Speaker announces that debate has been terminated. He announces that President Mugabe has resigned
The house erupts in cheers and the speaker struggles to contain the gallery.

17:53 – The Speaker of Parliament now reads the resignation letter

President Mugabe has resignation with immediate effect. Members of the public who came to the gallery chant “Kutonga Kwaro” by Jah Prayzah

17:56 - The house has been adjourned and the speaker advises that a new President will be announced tomorrow

17:04 - Jubilant Zanu PF supporters sing Good bye Gushungo, endai munozorora  . .  .

17:10 – Multitudes of people immediately flood the streets of all cities and towns across the country.

PRESIDENT Mugabe resigned amid impeachment after 37 years in power.

BELOW ARE PICTURES ON THE SCENES FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY

President Mugabe resigns - scenes from the streets of Harare

President Mugabe resigns – scenes from the streets of Harare

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President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

President Mugabe resigns

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Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Rtd Brig Gen. Happyton Bonyongwe murmurs the important message of President Mugabe’s resignation to Speaker Hon Jacob Mudenda.

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MPs during President Mugabe’s impeachment process, 21 November 2017.

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Senator Monica Mutsvangwa moved the motion to impeach President Mugabe on 21 November 2017

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Hon James Maridadi seconded the motion to impeach President Mugabe on 21 November 2017.

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Hon Patrick Chinamasa (r) joins Rtd Brig.Gen Bonyongwe to advise of President Mugabe’s resignation on 21 November 2017.

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MPs break into jubilation upon announcement by Speaker of President Mugabe’s resignation, 21 November 2017.

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MP Temba Mliswa celebrates President Mugabe's resignation amid impeachment.

MP Temba Mliswa celebrates President Mugabe’s resignation amid impeachment.

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War veterans leader Cde Chris Mutsvangwa during President Mugabe’s impeachment in Parliament, 21 November 2017.

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War veterans leader Cde Victire Matemadanda talks to opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai ahead of President Mugabe's impeachment process, 21 November 2017.

BACK from hospital . . . War veterans leader Cde Victor Matemadanda talks to opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai who had been seeking medical attention in South Africa, ahead of President Mugabe’s impeachment process, 21 November 2017.

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Youths celebrate President Mugabe’s resignation atop a military tanker, 21 November 2017.

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Members of the public celebrate President Mugabe’s resignation with members of the army.
Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe's impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe’s impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe's impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe’s impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe's impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe’s impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe's impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe’s impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe's impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe’s impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe's impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe’s impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe's impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe’s impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe's impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Africa Unity Square park in Harare as people await the result of President Mugabe’s impeachment, 21 November 2017.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment. Cde Mabel Chinomona (left) and Cde Edina Madzongwe in Parliament.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment. Cde Nyasha Chikwinya (left)  and Cde Sithembiso Nyoni.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment. Cde Simon Khaya Moyo and Dr Obert Mpofu (right).

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment. Cde Douglas Mombeshora and Cde Monica Mutsvangwa.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment. Cde Kembo Mohadi and Dr Sydney Sekeramayi.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment. Cde Simbarashe Mumbengegwi and Cde Josiya Hungwe.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

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Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

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Cde Mabel Chinomona

Dr Sydney Sekeramayi

Dr Sydney Sekeramayi

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

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Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe's impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

Scenes from Parliament of Zimbabwe during President Mugabe’s impeachment process. . . The revolutionary leader later resigned amid impeachment.

 

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  • Adagio

    No more foreign trips to have his BP checked using state coffers. Now old Bob joins us at Harare Hospital. OK, he looted lots and still has enough to go abroad. Let’s see for how long and how often. And poor Grace. How the tables have turned. Now her next president is the person she played an instrumental role in to dismiss.

  • yowe

    HERALD WE WILL CARRY OUT A CLEANSING PROCESS IKOKO!!! Resign henyu mega

  • tsuro

    Goodbye uncle Bob…get good rest in Zvimba.

  • Cde Hondo

    Chancellor of all universities, kkkkkkk.

  • hello

    we just need to be sure he wont bother us more pleeeaaase just a bullet between his eyes

  • CarbonCopy

    Now the rest of the ZANU-PF cockroaches should also resign. They stood by Mugabe all the Hoese years and supported him. They are just as responsible for Zimbabwe’s problems as Mugabe.

  • CarbonCopy

    It is time for the whole ZANU -PF crowd of crooks to resign.

  • Chipo

    Mugabe gone next is to remove Zanu pf from power in 2018.It has overstayed

  • CarbonCopy

    The ZANU-PF cockroaches are trying to pretend like they never heard of Mugabe. But without them, Mugabe would not have survived for 36 years. They are as bad as Mugabe!

    • Kuta Kinte

      You can never rebuild our nation with this language and attitude. Please be guided by the unity that engulfed the nation when people from all walks of life marched on Saturday.

  • Zapalala

    Msathanyoko u not even Zimbabwean

  • GNM

    Nigerians should rule Nigeria as you wish. Stay out of Zimbabwean politics.

  • Bill Thomas

    But will not Mr Mugabe’s replacement be just as vile?

  • Moses

    Free and fair elections.Not from another Zanu pf dictator to another

    • ordinary_boy

      Indeed, and the constitution should be changed to prevent anyone holding the post of either prime minister or president, for longer than 2 terms.
      We need a constitution which prevents anyone from ever again seizing power like a dictator for years on end.

  • kdzn

    We will never remember you bob

  • dr krieg

    Thought about it like that.. but came to conclusion that even though most of Zimbabwe wanted the old man to go.. no ever ever dared to cross the line.. and rightly so.. writing an article against him a few weeks ago would have warrantied prison time or worse “murder”..

  • Paolo

    Mugabe hero

  • M.M.

    The clock starts ticking now ……. tick tock, tick tock …… ini zii zvangu!

  • Pastor Farie

    Happiest man on Earth.

  • CDE Chakadenga

    Thank you God. Thank you all Zimbabweans who participated in this historic event. We hope to see the start of a new era for Zimbabwe but today we celebrate.

  • ELLAZWURLD

    With all due respect Sir you are best advised to reserve your comments for your country. This is none of your biz!

  • ELLAZWURLD

    A whole country can’t be mad hey!!!!!

  • ELLAZWURLD

    Vakomana!!!!!!! Vakangwara hamuna nhamo. Matoona chifirimu nechibhanzi chacho ipapa, kkkk

  • ELLAZWURLD

    Why Don Cheadle I wonder?

  • Cde Kangai

    True herald and sunday mail must be cleansed of evil. They have denied the masses their right to necessary information and selective or factional reporting. G40 ikoko ngaimhanye.

    • ordinary_boy

      One of the first acts of Mugabe upon taking power, was to nationalise the newspapers. He saw it as incredibly important to control the media.

      The media needs to be idependent from government and free to invetstigate and hold the government to account, in order for there to be a true democracy in the country.

  • bhobho

    kkkkkk u missed the chancellor of all state universities hahaha kkkkkkk

  • hnsadn.

    Its because he planned to rig those election and the arm who carried the coup knew it

  • Kwangwari Gwayendepi

    Now the question is,how do we guard against Ngwena becoming another Mugabe? These are the same people who propped him up in 2008 when it was clear people were ready for him to go. What happens if Zimbabweans rejects ZANU PF in 2018? Will the military step in again while saying they can’t sit on the side lines while the gains of independence are being reversed? We shall see

    • Kuta Kinte

      Ngwena is calm, collected and composed enough to also have learnt from the mistakes done by RG over a very long time. The military will only step in when the situation gets uglier like the events leading to the downfall of RG. For now let us just unite and map our recovery trajectory.

  • Bill Thomas

    Won’t any successor be just as bad?

  • Vinegar Tom

    Reports coming in from Harare Police that young Black Zimbabwean men are so excited at the thought of Mugabe resigning, they are travelling to petrol stations and inserting air-hoses into their bottoms, in an act known as ‘Pumping’. Although individuals claim that the rush of air into their rectum brings about pleasurable feelings, extended duration can cause severe trauma to stomach, kidneys and intestinal tract, due to air being forced-into the gut at extremely high pressure. This act is also common in South Africa when young Black men celebrate. Police threatening to arrest individuals who are engaging in Pumping, describing Pumping as ‘un-Godly’…

  • Kwangwari Gwayendepi

    Isn’t it also funny the same ZANU PF politiburo that fired ED are the same members now welcoming him as a hero? They are now jostling for positions at the feeding trough.

  • bhobho chari

    Shut your little mouth.You have no right to vomit such shit

  • Zimbabwean

    F**k you Foluso

  • Warmbakedbread

    Finally free…..its been a long time coming

  • Moe_Scyslack2

    Chinotimba is a fool.

  • Aghogho Lucky Imiti

    The deed has been done. Congrats to the Zimbabweans!

  • Tarubva

    Mzvinavhu, tell us, your “revolutionary commander” resigned because of “sanctions”?

  • Cde Mzvinavhu(Prof)

    Go well our former Cde President Mugabe .You will always be respected for the good you did for this country , despite your mistakes,like any human being . Your political balance sheet remains positive despite your weaknesses that precipitated your resignation. Even in Holy Heaven, God accidentally and wrongly created Lucifer. Rest in political peace our former dear leader.

    • ordinary_boy

      ‘His political balance sheet remains positive despite his weaknesses’
      Really?!?
      After seizing power in elections which saw violence and intimidation in 1980, he proceeded to illiminate all of his rivals and opposition on a machlevelian scale, culminating in the massacre of 1000’s of civilians who did not support him, during the 1980’s. He nationalised the newspapers controlling all forms of media and critique, then cemented his power base by having the constitution changed to ensure he would be presiding over the country like it was his own personal thiefdom. Challenging even the most notorious feudal kings in history by rewarding patronage on a scale that Africa had never seen before, through things like ‘land reform’.
      Brought down the economy, robbing an entire generation of young Zimbabweans of any future, whilst completely isolating the country and making it a laughing stock.
      All the while harping on about colionism and his hatred of whites.
      He carried on using his zanu machine to ensure that elections were always far from free and fair through what had become customary violence and intimidation tactics.

      He managed to do all of this because of support from people like you…
      So with respect I disagree whole heartedly that Robert mugabe’s legacy remains positive on balance.

      And there is no way Harare airport or anything else should be named after him.

  • Paul S

    Spend some time reading about his terrible destructive history as president, my friend. Then decide if you want to cry treason.

  • Atmospherics Charamba

    Iwe George iweweka , aripiko Charamba ?

  • Kuta Kinte

    Ndino wirirana newe Changamire panyaya yemapfupa. We can do all our earthly political acrobatics but remember the fallen heroes and the Zimbabwean soils. Zimbabwe ine varidzi vayo.

  • Kuta Kinte

    This is one good saying for sure.

  • Kuta Kinte

    Wonderful Mike. Peace and calmness remains our brand. Even the whole world was astonished by the way everything was handled by the struggling and hungry Zimbabweans. Normally a hungry man is an angry one, but the way we went about everything is something all Zimbabweans should brag of.

  • Vinegar Tom

    Reports coming in from Harare Police and Zimbabwe Sun newspaper that young Black Zimbabwean men are so excited at the thought of Mugabe resigning, they are travelling to petrol stations and inserting air-hoses into their bottoms, in an act known as ‘Pumping’. Although individuals claim that the rush of air into their rectum brings about pleasurable feelings, extended duration can cause severe trauma to stomach, kidneys and intestinal tract, due to air being forced-into the gut at extremely high pressure. This act is also common in South Africa when young Black men celebrate. Police are threatening to arrest individuals who are engaging in Pumping, describing Pumping as ‘un-Godly’. Mnangagwa will be sworn-in on Thursday and vows to clamp-down on Pumping. He has recently stated “If a man has a woman or a goat for his pleasure, there is no reason for him to engage in Pumping…”

  • shez

    all those names for munhu one?