File: On Tuesday, the army in Zimbabwe made a number of aggressive moves in what seemed like a coup.
JOHANNESBURG - Social media users were on Friday reflecting the general confusion around the situation in Zimbabwe and whether President Robert Mugabe will actually relinquish power.
Robert Mugabe, the man who this week repulsed a military coup one nap at a time. pic.twitter.com/M5Yqf6PvjR— Justice Malala (@justicemalala) November 17, 2017
IN MEMES: Social media weighs in on Zim crisis
South Africa has been leading the SADC negotiations in that country, aimed at establishing a democratic order in Zimbabwe.
Mugabe however appeared at a graduation ceremony on Friday, Twitter was confused as to whether anything will come off the military&39;s posturing.
Nothing says "there has been a coup" more than a man in military uniform appearing unannounced on state TV late at night to say "there has not been a coup".Zimbabwe Zimbabwecoup pic.twitter.com/qCVHfzaGT9— Tom Green (@TomDGreen) November 15, 2017
Soft coup Zimbabwecoup— Tsitsi Florence (@tfnauruma) November 17, 2017
I have just realised something:— ZCN (@ZimbabweCN) November 17, 2017
The international community is confused about whether this is a coup or not. In fact, it is not a coup. It is a “Bond Coup” - it has a 1:1 value with a coup but can only be used in Zimbabwe. - Author Unknown Zimbabwecoup MugabeHasFallen asleep
Zimbabwecoup yesterday I was in a coup world having the feeling that Mugabe is goin n now that coup confusing me, it looks like they r now couple— Teandoe (@Teandoe1) November 17, 2017