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Mujuru haunts ZANU-PF

The Financial Gazette "AS conspiracy theories continue to swirl around the death of Solomon Mujuru, a dark cloud of mistrusts and suspicions never experienced before since ZANU-PF's formation in 1963 has engulfed the party as both allies and foes of the late commander attempt to unravel circumstances around the retired army general's gruesome death at his farm on Tuesday last week.
Not even the late general's wife, Vice-President Joice Mujuru's appeal for calm last week could steady the nerves in the fractious ZANU-PF, which is trying to come to terms with the death of a man who was quite instrumental in shaping the direction of the party, before and after the country's independence in 1980."

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