BREAKING NEWS: Zim immigrants anxious about reported coup





Reports emerged that army tanks were seen moving in on the country’s capital, Harare, this afternoon following comments made by Zimbabwean military commander Constantino Chiwenga that the army would step in to bring to an end to President Robert Mugabe’s purge of military veterans from the Zanu-PF led government with the highest ranking casualty being vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa.


“The current purging and cleansing process in Zanu-PF, which is so far targeting mostly members associated with our liberation history, is a serious cause for concern for us in the defence force. We must remind those behind the current shenanigans that when it comes to matters of protecting our revolution, the military will not hesitate to step in,” Chiwenga stated.


Local Zimbabwean residents say they fear widespread violence may erupt in the country particularly as Zanu-PF Youth have vowed to “sacrifice their lives” to defend Mugabe’s government.

Maritzburg Sun Reporter

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