“… The Government of Zimbabwe has dispatched a diplomatic note verbale to the Department of International Relations and Cooperation invoking diplomatic immunity cover.”
'... Regarding the suspect in the assault case we have not issued a warrant of arrest. I’m not aware of that ...'
“The suspect’s lawyers and her government representatives made verbal representations … that the suspect wished to invoke diplomatic immunity cover."
Indications are that the docket will soon be handed over to the chief prosecutor who will either order or decline to arrest the temperamental Zimbabwean woman.
Grace Mugabe, who reportedly returned to her home country, faces charges in South Africa stemming from assault
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Mrs. Mugabe, 52, allegedly attacked Gabriella Engels, 20, with an extension cord, wounding her forehead and the back of her head at a Johannesburg Hotel.
Parirenyatwa confirmed that Mnangagwa was vomiting when he was airlifted from Gwanda to Gweru, Midlands province.
"He is not back yet from hospital in Johannesburg," Mugabe said during his speech at the national Heroes Acre, announcing that Mnangagwa was unwell. He did not give details.
Some of the sources claimed that the vice president was allegedly poisoned while others noted that he may have been sick before eating food provided to dignitaries before the rally.
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