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.

JOHANNESBURG - The remains of Zimbabwe's ex-president Robert Mugabe have arrived in Harare on Wednesday.

Mugabe's body will be received by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

His body will lie in state on Thursday and Friday to allow the public to pay their last respects.

His burial at Heroe's Acre is still being contested.

Read more: eNCA

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