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independent from ZANU-PF to revive the battered economy and restore democracy with the backing of the opposition and others The ruling party has proven it protects its own It assured Mugabe he would not be prosecuted if he stepped down ZANU-PF chief whip Lovemore Matuke told The Associated Press: “He is safe his family is safe and his status as a hero of his country is assured” Mnangagwa’s remarkable rise to power-from being sacked as vice president and fleeing the country to being named Zimbabwe’s next leader-was largely thanks to the military which put Mugabe under house arrest and ruling party lawmakers who introduced the impeachment proceedings It is widely expected that Mnangagwa will continue to rely on them “Can a crocodile change its scales Everybody is asking that question Certainly his first speech was a lost opportunity He did not speak about the need for an inclusive government” said Piers Pigou southern Africa expert for the International Crisis Group “He has a long past with ZANU-PF and the military and that past may stick to him like chewing gum on a shoe” Pigou said more will be known when Mnangagwa announces his new government and policies “It will be difficult for him to escape his history” he said “But the door is open” Mnangagwa served for decades as Mugabe’s enforcer and among Zimbabwe’s population he is more feared than popular He now urges the country to come together to “bury our differences and rebuild a new and prosperous Zimbabwe a country that is tolerant to divergent views” For weeks before the political turmoil erupted Mnangagwa had been publicly demonized by Mugabe and his wife Grace who was seeking to succeed her 93-year-old husband in power That gave Mnangagwa time to prepare his strategy Within days of his firing his supporters in the military put Mugabe and his wife under house arrest When Mugabe refused to resign a massive demonstration backed by the military brought tens of thousands of people into the streets of the capital Harare It was not a spontaneous uprising Thousands of professionally produced posters praising Mnangagwa and the military had been printed ahead of time Mnangagwa’s links to the military and ruling party go back decades He joined the fight against white minority rule in what was then Rhodesia while still a teen in the 1960s In 1963 he received military training in Egypt and China As one of the earliest guerrilla fighters he was captured tortured and convicted of blowing up a locomotive in 1965 Sentenced to death by hanging he was found to be under 21 and his punishment was commuted to 10 years in prison He was jailed with other prominent nationalists including Mugabe While imprisoned Mnangagwa studied through correspondence courses After his release in 1975 he went to Zambia where he completed a law degree and started practicing Soon he went to newly independent Marxist Mozambique where he became Mugabe’s assistant and bodyguard In 1979 he accompanied Mugabe to the talks in London that led to the birth of Zimbabwe “Our relationship has over the years blossomed beyond that of master and servant to father and son” Mnangagwa wrote this month of his relationship with Mugabe When Zimbabwe achieved independence in 1980 Mnangagwa was appointed minister of security He directed the merger of the Rhodesian army with Mugabe’s guerrilla forces and the forces of rival nationalist leader Joshua Nkomo In 1983 Mugabe launched a brutal campaign against Nkomo’s supporters that became known as the Matabeleland massacres for the deaths of 10000 to 20000 Ndebele people in Zimbabwe’s southern provinces Mnangagwa was widely blamed for planning the deadly campaign of the army’s North Korean-trained Fifth Brigade Mnangagwa denies it He also is reputed to have amassed a considerable fortune He was named in a United Nations investigation into exploitation of mineral resources in Congo and has been active in making Harare a significant diamond trading center In 2008 Mnangagwa was Mugabe’s agent in an election marked by violence and allegations of vote-rigging leading him to be placed under US sanctions that continue to this day He also helped broker the creation of a short-lived coalition government that brought in opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai as prime minister In recent years Mnangagwa promoted himself as an experienced leader who would bring stability to Zimbabwe Despite his bloody past “some people see redeeming features in Mnangagwa” said Tichaona Zindoga political editor of the state-run Herald newspaper “He is seen as business-oriented which may help him improve the economy” However Zindoga added “politically his ties to ZANU-PF cannot be wished away And the events of the past two weeks mean that he is ingratiated to the military” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 8 2011 2:29 am Related News The Panjab University faculty members wrote an open letter to the Vice-Chancellor requesting him to take note of severe faculty crunch in departments and address the issue at the earliest The letter was sent by Prof Manjit Singh from Department of SociologyProf Akshay Kumar Department of EnglishProf Mohammad Khalid Department of Evening Studies and others Mentioning the state of the problemit was highlighted that some of the departments are so severly short staffed that they are on the verge of collapse These include the departments of ChemistryChemical EngineeringZoologyEconomicsEvening Studies and others The situation in the departments of humanities and social sciences is also very grim For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Hyderabad | Published: October 24 2014 11:35 pm A court in Pakistan acquitted a co-accused in the 2002 kidnapping and murder case of US journalist Daniel Pearl for lack of evidence Related News An anti-terrorist court (ATC) in Pakistan on Friday acquitted a co-accused in the 2002 kidnapping and murder case of US journalist Daniel Pearl for lack of evidence During a trial inside the Hyderabad central jail Qari Hashim who was initially arrested in August 2005 was acquitted for lack of evidence “It is a great victory for truth and my client We had filed an acquittal plea under Section 265-K of the Criminal Procedure Code arguing that there was no evidence against my client” Defence counsel Sher Muhammad Leghari told reporters after the trial concluded He said Hashim had been apprehended for arranging a meeting between Wall Street journalist Pearl and Mubarak Ali Shah Gillani Gillani is another co-accused in the high profile case Pearl was first kidnapped by militants in January 2002 and a month later his beheaded body was found in a Karachi graveyard with videotapes of the scenes of his beheading The third co-accused Saud Memon who was accused of providing the place where Pearl was kept incarcerated had died in mysterious circumstances in May 2007 British-born Pakistani Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh who is the main accused is currently lodged in the Hyderabad Central jail in Sindh province Omar was convicted in 2002 and sentenced to death but has appealed against his punishment Two other co-accused are serving life imprisonment in the case For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News500 to Rs 2, After no political leader or government body paid heed to their demands for a proper rehabilitation scheme,” said Dr J K Sehgal from the Government College in Sector 46. Produced by Illuminati Films, 2016 11:05 am Park Geun-hye. The government is already working on the Sabarmati riverfront project so we have also attached the information of the same along with what we are planning to do. After being handed over to the Border Security Force at the Attari-Wagah joint check post, Post-mortem of this body has already been done (in Pakistan) because stitches were present on the body and the head. “We have not received any such information yet.
said, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Baghdad | Updated: October 22, UN experts are beginning an investigation Monday into a suspected chemical attack near the Syrian capital Damascus that reportedly killed hundreds last week.