Mugabe's nephew: Grace ready to die 'for what is correct'

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Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's wife Grace Mugabe looks on during a national church interface rally in Harare, Zimbabwe, November 5, 2017.

JOHANNESBURG - Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe&39;s nephew has spoken out against the military&39;s intervention in the country&39;s politics.

Patrick Zhuwao told the Reuters news agency that Grace Mugabe is ready to die for what is correct.

He states that Robert Mugabe has no intention of breaking Zimbabwe&39;s constitution or legitimising the apparent coup.

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Zhuwao, who&39;s currently in hiding, says the military has engineered the popular protests to disguise its coup.

The Zimbabwean army has insisted it&39;s simply trying to stabilise the political situation.

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On Saturday, Zimbabweans marched in numbers in support of the army&39;s actions. 





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