Zimbabwe’s Former President Mugabe Postponed … Indefinitely

The family of former Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe does not want the late liberation war hero buried at the country’s National Heroes Acre, preferring a family shrine in keeping with his last wishes.

According to a government memo sent to diplomatic missions, Mugabe’s funeral will be in Harare’s National Sports Stadium on Saturday, though it didn’t specify where the burial would be on Sunday.

Mugabe, who died aged 95 in Singapore on Friday, did not want people behind his political downfall in November 2017 playing a role at his funeral, a relative said on Sunday.

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Mugabe Declared A National Hero: Burial on Sunday at the national heroes acre

FORMER President Robert Mugabe will be laid to rest on Sunday at the national heroes acre in Harare, a day his successor Emmerson Mnangagwa will be celebrating his birthday and turning 77 years of age///AIWA! NO!//

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa Ends Ten Years of Multi-Currency Economy, Announces New Currency – Z$ For Zimbabwe

ZIMBABWE PRESIDENT EMMERSON MNANGAGWA APPEALS TO ZIMBOS TO EMBRACE AND ADOPT THE NEW ZIMBABWE DOLLAR AS OFFICIAL CURRENCY WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT, //CRIMSON TAZVINZWA

Zimbabwe STARTS regional power exports, mainly to neighbour Namibia

ZIMBABWE has started exporting electricity to regional countries especially Namibia, buoyed by increased production at the Kariba Power Station which came into life in March last year.

President Mnangagwa commissioned Unit 7 and 8, which were constructed at a cost of $531 million by China’s Sinohydro, resulting in an additional 300MW into the national grid. The Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) has confirmed that the new project has resulted in the country generating above target and exporting the excess power to NamPower, Namibia’s power utility company.

Zimbabwe’s public sector suspends nationwide planned strike, fear police and military brutality, teachers to down tools

Zimbabwe’s main public sector union has backed down from plans for a national strike, citing the volatile situation after security forces cracked down on protestors this month, but teachers will go ahead with a work stoppage.

The Zimbabwe Teachers Union (ZIMTA) and Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe said in a joint statement on Thursday that their more than 55,000 members will not report for duty from next Tuesday, exposing a split between the education sector and the rest of the civil service.

“Our members will be withdrawing their services/labour and will not be reporting for duty with effect from the said date,” the unions said. A ZIMTA official said other smaller teachers’ groups would likely join the strike.