Harare – Zimbabwe's vice president Konstantin Chivhega was brought to a hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday night as his condition was "terrible."
No official comments can be received by the government, and President Emmerson Mnangagwa's spokesman George Charamba does not answer calls on his phone.
However, the African News Agency (ANA) has been reliably informed that Chiwenga is taken to the Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town. – He left last night [Saturday] for South Africa, "said the source.
Chiwenga was treated in Johannesburg last October. He reportedly received treatment for injuries caused during the bombing in June in a rally in Mungagawa in Bulawai, killing two security aides.
61-year-old Chuienga is a former military general who heads the 2017 coup which removes long-time ruler Robert Mugabe and is considered to be the power of Mungagawa and the league to inherit him.
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