Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe (left) is likely facing the end of his iron-fisted reign, with a military takeover of the southern African nation on Wednesday. Earlier in November, he dismissed his Vice-President, a move that many saw as paving the way for his wife Grace (right) to run the country when he dies or steps down. Photo: AFPZimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe (left) is likely facing the end of his iron-fisted reign, with a military takeover of the southern African nation on Wednesday. Earlier in November, he dismissed his Vice-President, a move that many saw as paving the way for his wife Grace (right) to run the country when he dies or steps down. Photo: AFP
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe (left) is likely facing the end of his iron-fisted reign, with a military takeover of the southern African nation on Wednesday. Earlier in November, he dismissed his Vice-President, a move that many saw as paving the way for his wife Grace (right) to run the country when he dies or steps down. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong’s controversial connection with Zimbabwe’s first couple, Robert and ‘Gucci Grace’ Mugabe

Likely facing the end of his iron-fisted reign, Zimbabwe’s 93-year-old president Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace’s previous sojourns to the city have showcased their extravagant – and violent – ways

Topic |   Africa
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe (left) is likely facing the end of his iron-fisted reign, with a military takeover of the southern African nation on Wednesday. Earlier in November, he dismissed his Vice-President, a move that many saw as paving the way for his wife Grace (right) to run the country when he dies or steps down. Photo: AFPZimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe (left) is likely facing the end of his iron-fisted reign, with a military takeover of the southern African nation on Wednesday. Earlier in November, he dismissed his Vice-President, a move that many saw as paving the way for his wife Grace (right) to run the country when he dies or steps down. Photo: AFP
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe (left) is likely facing the end of his iron-fisted reign, with a military takeover of the southern African nation on Wednesday. Earlier in November, he dismissed his Vice-President, a move that many saw as paving the way for his wife Grace (right) to run the country when he dies or steps down. Photo: AFP
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