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Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa, possible Mugabe successor, hospitalised in South Africa

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Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa, possible Mugabe successor, hospitalised in South AfricaZimbabwe’s Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a possible successor to 94-year-old President Robert Mugabe, is unwell and had been taken to a hospital in South Africa. Mugabe made the announcement on Monday when Mnangagwa was absent from celebrations to mark Heroes Day in the capital Harare “He is not back yet from hospital in Johannesburg,” Mugabe said during his speech at the national Heroes Acre. Mnangagwa and Pelekezela Mphoko are Mugabe’s vice presidents in the ruling party and government but the former is seen as the likely successor following elevation to the post in 2014.


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