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Former Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has died

Former Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe

Zimbabwe’s founding leader Robert Mugabe has died aged 95. Mugabe died in a hospital in Singapore surrounded by family including his wife, Grace, sources told ZimLive.

Sadly, we have lost him. It’s a day we hoped would never come, but he has had a good innings and is now rested,” a former minister in Mugabe’s government said, declining to be named.

Former Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe

Mugabe, ousted from power in a military coup in November 2017 after 37 years in power, had been receiving treatment in Singapore since April.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa told a Cabinet meeting two weeks ago that doctors had “taken him off life support.”

“There’s nothing more they can do for him,” Mnangagwa told Cabinet, according to a minister who was present. This is Breaking News. More Follows

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Ace Magashule

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Source: News365