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It's premature to be talking about a coup in , says political expert, as the army has been seen moving its tanks from the barracks to Harare
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Rangwane Marumo Nov 14
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hopefully is a sign of force and not a joy ride for the hell of it ! we are all sick of
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Intrepid Nov 14
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These tanks look old. Mugabe couldn't possibly be shaken by these pieces of scrap!!!😂
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Baba WaMaTwins...🇿🇼🇿🇦 Nov 14
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Very very true. Why is this army just stationary and blocking roads instead of taking serious steps. If they wanna occupy the high office they would have done that already. I mean there's no opposition against them. The whole nation seems to be cheering th instead ...
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Carel De Lange Nov 14
Nice hardware for an impoverished country, that is.
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Telford mutizwa Nov 14
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Come on guys harare is heating up
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Martin Nov 14
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Zimbabwe armored military vehicles moved into the capital a day after armed forces commander Constantine Chiwenga called for an end to purges in President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party.
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One Sama 🦓 One Nation 🇿🇼 Nov 14
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If you have nil knowledge about army infantry just zip it. You expect the tanks to be painted in a shiny glossy finish do you
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sipho maluka Nov 14
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Mugabe is almost as bad as zuma
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Henning Schütte Nov 14
He is Zumas mentor!
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Brendan Commins Nov 14
Cavalry, actually. But, otherwise you are right.
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Michael Seeger Nov 14
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Mogabe said Tony Blair you can keep your England I will keep my Zimbabwe. Old Robert you can really keep your Zimbabwe because nobody wants it.
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