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This shows the worsening relationship between Grace Mugabe and Mnangagwa.

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The standard newspaper reports that the Mnangagwa family has taken over multiple properties from the Mugabe family and provided the following list.

Auxillia Mnangagwa has taken over Protea farm which is owned by Grace Mugabe’s niece Florence Zinyemba.
Tariro Mnangagwa has taken over Audley End farm from from Kevin Mugabe.
Kazembe Kazembe has been given Mazoe Citrus farm which house Grace Mugabe’s orphanage.
Ziyambi Ziyambi has taken over Sabina Mugabe’s farm in Mashonaland West.
Angeline Tongogara has taken over Bona Mugabe’s farm and equipment at her farm in Mashonaland East
Monica Mavhunga has taken over Rosemary Chidhakwa’s farm in Glendale. Rosemary Chidhakwa is Grace Mugabe ‘sister.
2. The MK party has withdrawn its case in which it was asking the electoral court to set aside the South African election results.
3. The MK party was alleging vote rigging and said 9.3 Million votes were missing from the final results.
4. The IEC has said the withdrawal of the court challenge by the MK is irregular and the MK should pay for wasted costs.
5. South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa has confirmed receiving a call from US President Joe Biden.
6. Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Ronald Lamola tweeted that he received a call from US secretary of state, Anthony Blinken.
7. Former MTN and VBS executive Robert Madzonga forced Mathews Mogafe, the founder of a funeral company, to transfer R10 million into his niece capitec bank account.
8. Mogafe told the Sunday world newspaper that Mogafe corned him at a gold course in Johannesburg and made him pay R4 million to his niece’s bank account.
9. Mogafe said he paid back R10 million within two weeks.
10. Thereafter,, VBS liquidators came and demanded R13 million and so he ended up paying R23 million for a R10 million loan.


1. Mnangagwa has started removing people who live on the streets of Harare and sending them to an unknown destination ahead of the SADC summit.
2. The street people are being detained under the vagrancy act.
3. Police have tried to stop people from attending the funeral of Mboneni Ncube.
4. Roadblocks were set up and hundreds of CCC members who were on their way to attend the meeting were arrested.
5. Monica Mutsvangwa opens Risutu dairy cooperative in Mutare which has 300 cattle


1. Mnangagwa too involved in Agricultural projects that are not scalable.

2. Mnangagwa faces losing his own properties when he leaves offices