A report that Grace Mugabe donated used underwear to party activists is the latest in a series of embarrassments caused by the first lady.
Zimbabwe police have arrested a journalist at a privately-owned daily over a story claiming that President Robert Mugabe's wife, Grace had donated second-hand underwear to supporters, lawyers said Tuesday. Zimbabwe Lawyers for HumanShow More Summary
A defense lawyer in Zimbabwe says police have detained a journalist for reporting that President Robert Mugabe's wife allegedly donated used underwear and women's nightgowns to ruling party supporters. Lawyer … Click to Continue »
The South African glamour model who accuses Zimbabwe's first lady of battering her with an electrical plug launched a legal bid on Tuesday to have Grace Mugabe stripped of her immunity. Gabriella Engels and her lawyers sought to persuade...Show More Summary
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's First Lady, Grace Mugabe, has denied assaulting South African model Gabriella Engels with an electric cable in a Johannesburg hotel suite last month, saying an "intoxicated and unhinged" Engels attacked her with a knife.
Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe on Friday made her first public comments since facing assault allegations in South Africa, but she avoided any mention of the incident two weeks ago. President Robert Mugabe's wife was granted diplomatic...Show More Summary
HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe hit the campaign trail with her husband Robert on Friday, urging discipline in his party two weeks after she faced assault charges in South Africa.
The usual suspects are back in the African newspapers, as Jacob Zuma has some difficult questions to ask in parliament and Grace Mugabe attempts to empower women with chickens. Meanwhile in Kenya, the fate of newly reelected President Uhuru Kenyatta is about to be decided by the Supreme Court.
Thousands of Zimbabweans marched through Harare on Wednesday in a show of support for first lady Grace Mugabe who evaded assault allegations in South Africa by claiming diplomatic immunity. The march, organised by President Robert Mugabe's...Show More Summary
Her comments came after she was accused of beating a female South African model with an extension cord.
Zimbabwe's first lady, Grace Mugabe, on Friday made her first public appearance since leaving South Africa where she was charged with assault. The wife of 93-year-old Robert Mugabe, a potential successor to the president, was granted diplomatic immunity and left South Africa on Sunday. Show More Summary
South Africa's first online rhino horn auction is a major talking point in this morning's newspapers, as well as a petition to remove Grace Mugabe's diplomatic immunity. Elsewhere, a judicial strike has brought Uganda's courts to a standstill, and one of Sierra Leone's top politicians is embroiled in a bribery scandal...
Zimbabwe's first lady has made her first public appearance since leaving South Africa following allegations that she assaulted a young model at a Johannesburg hotel. Grace Mugabe appeared cheerful on … Click to Continue »
A South African model who was allegedly attacked by Zimbabwe's first lady has filed court papers challenging the government's decision to grant Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity, a lawyer said Thursday. The wife of President Robert Mugabe...Show More Summary
Alleged victim of violence by Zimbabwe's first lady asks court to annul government's decision to grant her immunity.
The first lady may struggle to convince Zimbabweans that she is ready to be president after allegedly beating a model with an extension cord.
The wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is again in the spotlight after South Africa granted her diplomatic immunity despite an alleged attack on a young model in Johannesburg. Grace … Click to Continue »
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A South African model who has said she was whipped with an electric cord by Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe has filed court papers challenging the government's decision to grant her diplomatic immunity, advocacy group Afriforum said.