Mugabe In South Africa For Fort Hare Centenary Celebrations

President Robert Mugabe (pictured) arrived in East London, South Africa where he will attend Fort Hare University’s centenary celebrations.

President Mugabe graduated from the institution in 1951, obtaining a BA degree in English and History.


He is expected to give a speech on behalf of the alumni. 

The President is accompanied by the Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Chris Mushohwe, Permanent Secretary in the ministry George Charamba and other government officials.

He was met at the East London Airport by South African Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe, Zimbabwe’s ambassador to South Africa, Isaac Moyo and several senior South African government officials.

Meanwhile, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa is the Acting President.