VIDEO: Grace Mugabe says she was framed

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File: Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe was allowed to go home after she had allegedly assaulted 20-year-old Gabriela Engels.

File: Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe was allowed to go home after she had allegedly assaulted 20-year-old Gabriela Engels.

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File: Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe was allowed to go home after she had allegedly assaulted 20-year-old Gabriela Engels.

File: Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe was allowed to go home after she had allegedly assaulted 20-year-old Gabriela Engels.

JOHANNESBURG - Zimbabwean first lady, Grace Mugabe says she was framed. 

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Mugabe is accused of assaulting a young South African model in Sandton, and was granted diplomatic immunity for the incident, causing an outcry from civil society and political parties alike.

According to eNCA's Zimbabwean correspondent, Pindai Dube, Mugabe is saying she was framed. 

 

 

On Wednesday, several opposition parties in Zimbabwe were planning to protest outside the South African embassy in Harare. However, the protest did not transpire.