Africa 23.6.2017 12:54 pm

Media sucked into fights to succeed Mugabe

The former Mashonaland central provincial youth chairperson of Zanu-PF recently called on Mugabe to step down.

Zimbabwean media practitioners are caught up in the fierce factional fights in the ruling party to succeed President Robert Mugabe.

Media sucked into fights to succeed Mugabe
Media sucked into fights to succeed Mugabe

Media sucked into fights to succeed Mugabe

The former Mashonaland central provincial youth chairperson of Zanu-PF recently called on Mugabe to step down.

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