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HARARE, 21 November 2017 - Zimbabweans gathered outside Parliament in Harare while a motion to impeach President Robert Mugabe is being tabled inside. This comes after Mugabe ignored an ultimatum from Zanu-PF to resign by noon on Monday.
Advocate David Unterhalter explains how Zimbabwe's impeachment proceedings will work in the case of Robert Mugabe. He says it's not going to be a quick process as a constituted committee needs to investigate the matter.
HARARE, 20 November - Zimbabwe's governing Zanu-PF says its MPs will launch a motion for impeachment, which will see President Robert Mugabe ousted by Thursday. War veterans and civil rights groups are also calling for the 93-year-old leader to step down.
Zanu-PF, has recalled Mugabe as its president and expelled first lady, Grace Mugabe. But the 93-year old is digging in his heels. Marco Machona, the founding president of Zimbabwe's newest political party, The African Democrats speaks to eNCA.
HARARE, 20 November 2017 - Zimbabwean students have taken to the streets, calling for President Robert Mugabe to resign. The students have also shut down the University of Zimbabwe.
The Zimbabwe War Veterans Association is heading to court to force President Robert Mugabe to resign. It accuses him of dereliction of duty.
Robert Mugabe addressed the nation on Sunday night after the governing party Zanu-PF made it clear he must resign. The expected resignation did not happen, but there's suspicion he may have read a speech in breach of an agreement with the army chiefs.
There was an emotional reaction in studio when news emerged that Zimbabwe President, Robert Mugabe, who has been in office for more than 37 years, is about to resign.
Zimbabwe, 19 November 2017 - Zanu-PF has also expelled several party members reportedly close to the Mugabe family. The former first lady has also been stripped of all titles.
Johannesburg, 19 November 2017 - Pressure continues to mount for President Robert Mugabe to step down