Words you will hear today: Amazing Grace (Mugabe)

Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe is believed to have fled to Namibia after the defence force took control of Harare this week.

Developments unfolding in Zimbabwe have come into sharp focus after the army made a public statement denying a military coup in Harare.

READ: Mugabe rumoured to address Zimbabweans and announce his resignation says journo

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Khabazela (Jonathan Fairbairn) asks the Breakfast Team why Namibia should heed warning if Grace Mugabe is in the country.

We have to tell them about the cords.

Tshego Modisane, EWN traffic anchor

Make sure that the most upmarket shopping store you have is safe and secure. I would open a Bentley dealership.

Stephen Grootes, 702 anchor

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