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Breaking - Zimbabwe Foreign Affairs Minister Mzembi Seeks Asylum At Cuban Embassy

Deposed Foreign Affairs Minister Walter Mzembi yesterday entered the Cuban Embassy in South Africa with the intention of seeking asylum. 

Mzembi who also doubled up as Member Of Parliament For Masvingo South has been marooned in South Africa following the soft coup in Zimbabwe. He is labelled as a criminal by the Zimbabwe army.
Breaking - Zimbabwe Foreign Affairs Minister Mzembi Seeks Asylum At Cuban Embassy
Before being appointed to the Foreign Affairs Ministry, Mzembi had been Minister Of Tourism. He was well known for contesting the UNTWO Secretary General post. Mzembi led the first round with 11 votes, followed by Mr Pololikashvilli (8), Mr Márcio Favilla of Brazil (4), Colombia’s Mr Jaime Alberto Cabal Sanclemente (3), while the only female candidate, Republic of Korea Ambassador Young-Shim Dho got 7. He was however beaten by the Georgian candidate in the second round.

Farm Grabbing
In 2015 Mzembi tried to grab Banquest Extension Farm from its white owner and prominent Masvingo chicken breeder Helen Mitchell. The Mitchells run Masvingo Chicks Company, the only chicken breeder in the province, which supplies 100 000 day-old chicks and 50 000 eggs per week to the whole province. Mzembi was stopped by the late Shuvai Mahofa.
Mzembi was again attempting to grab the farm a few weeks ago with the help of his G40 ally Dr Paul Chimedza who had just been appointed Resident Minister Of Masvingo.

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