The stadium, in Mbare, is coincidentally the very place Mugabe took his oath of office in 1980, when he assumed the position of prime minister of a newly independent Zimbabwe.
A goal from Marshall Munetsi and a double by Khama Billiart ensured that the Warriors are safe and comfortable and gave coach Joey Antipas something to smile about in his second game in charge of Zimbabwe’s flagship football team.
Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said in a statement that the government has dispatched Vice President Kembo Mohadi and other senior officials and family members to Singapore to accompany Mugabe's body home.
Mugabe, an ex-guerrilla leader who became the southern African country's first leader following independence from white minority rule in 1980 and held on to power until he was forced to resign in 2017, died in Singapore on Friday.
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd said late Saturday that Boris Johnson is not working to secure a Brexit withdrawal agreement.
The storm hit Canada’s Atlantic coast Saturday with heavy wind and rains that toppled a construction crane into the side of an apartment building under construction in Halifax, the provincial capital of Nova Scotia.
“He was bitter. You can imagine, the people that you trusted, the people who were guarding you, the people that were looking after your security are the same people that turn against you."
Others say he rigged elections, destroyed the economy of what was once Africa's breadbasket and terrorized his people for decades.
The pope's main theme was reconciliation, after leaders in the country recently signed a peace deal aimed at ending decades of low-level conflict that followed a brutal 16-year civil war.
“True, I resigned and in the note read in parliament when I resigned, I said I had done so in order to avoid bloodshed, in order to avoid conflict between the army and the people.” Mugabe
EDUCATION: Kutama College; University of Fort Hare; University of Oxford, University of London, University of South Africa.