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Joice Runaida Mugari Mujuru (Teurai Ropa 'Spill blood')
Zimbabwe

Joice Runaida Mugari Mujuru (Teurai Ropa 'Spill blood')

Date of Birth: 15/04/1955
Place of Birth: Mount Darwin


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The 'Grace plot' thickens

Mnangagwa, who has long aimed to succeed Mugabe and prevailed over Vice-President Joice Mujuru in his factional battle for the number two spot, was 'dejected' by news of the plan, a top intelligence official told us...

Mphoko, who was appointed Vice-President alongside Mnangagwa after Joice Mujuru was purged, is believed to have shared business interests with her...


Passing and wielding the baton

One happy recipient of her terminal package should be former Vice-President Joice Mujuru, who will enjoy the same benefits and perks as a serving Vice-President, including domestic and office staff and close protection for life, or until she again holds public office...


Ruling and unruly parties

The internal struggles of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front focused on nominations for the bye-elections on 19 September which were triggered by the purge of members of parliament who belong to the faction of former Vice-President Joice Mujuru...


Bye-bye unity

Intense rivalry for the ZANU-PF nomination in some seats has raised the spectre of fresh factionalism that the expulsion of sacked state Vice-President Joice Mujuru was supposed to have brought to an end...


So far, so bad

Clearly, someone other than the visionary leadership of the Zimbabwe African Union-Patriotic Front is to blame: the lucky girl with the scapegoat's ticket is former Vice-President Joice Mujuru...


The mighty fall

Having removed Joice Mujuru from the leadership of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front, the party seems unable to decide what to do next...

This and other by-elections, including one for Joice Mujuru's Bindura seat, are scheduled for 27 March...


The year of leaving dangerously

Mnangagwa has decisively supplanted former Vice-President Joice Mujuru as heir apparent but it came at a cost of giving Mugabe almost full power over the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front machine...

Only a rump of the faction loyal to Joice Mujuru remains at the higher levels of party and state...


Exit Mujuru, enter Mnangagwa

It was only after the delegates had all trooped home from the ruling party's congress that President Robert Mugabe finally announced on 10 December his replacement for the purged Vice-President Joice Mujuru...


The defenestration of Mujuru

Although Joice Mujuru is still nominally the country's only Vice-President as well as Second Secretary of the governing Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front, she is under unremitting pressure to resign both positions before the party's National Congress which begins on 1 December...


MDC can't exploit ZANU-PF splits

Just a few minutes after the First Lady had taken her seat, the arrival of her arch-rival, Vice-President Joice Mujuru, prompted sustained cheers and shouts of 'Gamatox' and 'Weevils' with a large number of the government backbenchers joining in (AC Vol 55 No 21, Doctors at large)...


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