WATCH: Remains of Mugabe arrive in Harare

WATCH: Remains of Mugabe arrive in Harare

11.9.2019

WATCH: Remains of Mugabe arrive in Harare

Robert Mugabe's body will lie in state on Thursday and Friday to allow the public to pay their last respects.

Wednesday 11 September 2019 - 3:39pm Many foreign dignitaries will be attending former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe's funeral. Courtesy JOHANNESBURG - The remains of Zimbabwe's ex-president Robert Mugabe have arrived in Harare on Wednesday. The 95-year-old statesman died in a Singapore hospital on Friday. Mugabe's body will be received by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. READ: His body will lie in state on Thursday and Friday to allow the public to pay their last respects. Mugabe's funeral is expected to take place on Sunday. His burial at Heroe's Acre is still being contested. Source Read more: eNCA

WATCH: Crowd gathers at Harare airport as they wait for Robert Mugabe body | IOL NewsThe body of Zimbabwe's longtime ruler Robert Mugabe is being flown to the capital, Harare, on Wednesday.

Robert Mugabe to lie in state at two different stadiums | IOL NewsFormer Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe's body will lie in state at two different stadiums in the capital city for three days.

Why Mugabe spent his last days in Singapore?He died Friday aged 95 at Gleneagles Hospital, breathing his last while surrounded by family members, according to a relative.

Robert Mugabe: A man whose list of failures is legion | IOL NewsOne can only say, “may there be more peace for Zimbabwe’s people, now that Robert Gabriel Mugabe has retired permanently”, writes David B. Moore.

Friction emerges over where Robert Mugabe will be buriedThe government and the late former president’s family are at odds over where he will be buried

Family denies feud with government over Mugabe burialFamily spokesperson, Leo Mugabe, says they have been meeting with the government and everything is going according to plan.



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