harare - The party of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe accuses General Constantino Chiwenga of landslide. This happened on the day when the army in several places in Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, had placed army trucks in strategic places.
It is still unclear whether the army is in the process of preparing for a coup or just talking about the muscular display of the armed forces. The presence of the trucks led to speculation about the plans of the soldiers. However, it remained quiet in the capital on Tuesday.
The reason for the unrest is the resignation of the armed popular vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa, 75, who was previously seen as one of the favorites to follow the 93-year-old Mugabe. By his departure, President Grace seems to have the best cards to become president in the long term.