IN PICTURES: Top posters from Zimbabwe's historical protest

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People hold an anti-Grace Mugabe placard during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Zimbabwe's president on November 18, 2017 in Harare.

JOHANNESBURG –Thousands of marchers gathered on the streets of various cities to force President Robert Mugabe to resign, days after the army seized power in Zimbabwe.

Video footage shows that the mood was jubilant in Harare, where the anti-Mugabe protests kicked off. Mugabe has been in power for nearly four decades.

Citizens are demanding the 93-year-old step down and they have the support of the governing Zanu-PF.

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The military insists this is not a coup, and is instead calling it a bloodless correction.

Many citizens are praising the military&39;s intervention to bring Mugabe&39;s rule to an end.

eNCA reporter Thulasizwe Simelane described the how Zimbabwean citizens expressed their enthusiasm for finally having the freedom to march.

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