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20
NOV
5am

Former President Thabo Mbeki lambasts ANC NEC for not attending Stalwarts Consultative Conference

Former President Thabo Mbeki has lambasted the ANC National Executive Committee for choosing not to attend the ANC Stalwarts and Veterans Consultative Conference. Mbeki was speaking at the Constitutional Hill in Johannesburg on the final day of the three day conference. The conference was called on by the stalwarts for more than a year, in order to try and address and resolve the crisis within the mother body. Mbali Sibanyoni has more...
20
NOV
2am

Zimbabweans wait for midday on Monday to see if President Robert Mugabe will finally resign

Zimbabweans will now wait for midday on Monday to see if President Robert Mugabe will finally heed the call for his to resign as the country leader. On Sunday night, the 93-year-old leader shocked the world when he delivered his address that did not included his expected resignation. Earlier in the day, ZANU-PF's Special Central Committee Meeting resolved to remove him as party leader - further giving him a deadline of 12pm to step down. The Special Meeting also agreed to have Mugabe's antagonist Emmerson Mnangagwa as the interim President until their conference in December.
20
NOV
2am

Thousands of Zimbabweans disappointment that President Robert Mugabe did not resign

As thousands of Zimbabwean nationals around the world expressed their disappointment that President Robert Mugabe did not resign last night, some Zimbabwean nationals at the Beit Bridge border post in Limpopo came out in his defence. In his much awaited national address last night, Mugabe did not resign as was expected by others. He assured the country that he is still in charge. Some Zimbabweans say he should be allowed to finish his term while others are saying he must resign. Some are blaming him of the 1983 Matebeleland mass killing in which thousands of Zimbabweans were killed. Our reporter Rudzani Tshivhase was at the Beitbridge border.
20
NOV
12am

Former Pres Thabo Mbeki lambasts ANC NEC for choosing NOT to attend ANC Stalwarts & Veterans Consultative Conference.

Former President Thabo Mbeki has lambasted the ANC National Executive Committee for choosing not to attend the ANC Stalwarts and Veterans Consultative Conference. Mbeki was speaking at the Constitutional Hill in Johannesburg on the final day of the three day conference. The conference was called on by the stalwarts for more than a year, in order to try and address and resolve the crisis within the mother body. Mbali Sibanyoni reports
17
NOV
2am

SABC board accuses Rachel Kalidass of leaking confidential information.

The SABC board has acussed Rachel Kalidass, who resigned as a board member yesterday, of leaking confidential information. The board addressed the media in Auckland Park yesterday evening about the allegations contained in Kalidass's resignation letter. We speak to Khanyisile Kweyamaa a member of the SABC Board.
17
NOV
2am

Dr Martin Rupiya on SADC Troika on Politics calling for discussion on political crisis in Zimbabwe.

The SADC Troika on Politics, Defence and Security has called for an urgent meeting of all SADC regional leaders to discuss the deepening political crisis in Zimbabwe. This follows the seemingly bloodless coup after the army announced that it is targeting what it calls criminals around President Robert Mugabe. President Jacob Zuma who is also the SADC chair arrived in Botswana last night for a Bi-National Commission with his Botswana counterpart, Seretse Khama Ian Khama. But the BNC is expected to dwell much into the Zimbabwean situation. We speak to retired Zimbabwean Lieutenant Colonel and now academic with the Institute for African Renaissance Studies at UNISA, Dr Martin Rupiya....
17
NOV
1am

SABC Reporter Ephert Musekiwa confirms Grace Mugabe is still in Zimbabwe.

Negotiations are reported to be continuing over the future of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe who is under house arrest. Some reports say progress is being made towards a deal for him to resign. But Mugabe is said to be demanding guarantees and a dignified exit. Pictures have been released of Mugabe at the state house with the South Africa delegation and the man who had him detained, the head of the military Constantine Chiwenga. Our correspondent in Zimbabwe, Ephert Musekiwa..

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