President of regional heavyweight South Africa Jacob Zuma issued a statement calling for Zimbabwe to avoid "unconstitutional changes of government" and "urged the Zimbabwean Defence Force to ensure... Pretoria also announced it was sending its defence and intelligence ministers to Zimbabwe on behalf of the southern African regional bloc to meet army chiefs and Mugabe.The European Union called on "all the relevant players to move from confrontation to dialogue." The United States said its embassy would be closed to the public on Wednesday and called on its citizens in the country to "shelter in place".Watch really hot tall girls using their skills and lust to deal extra tasty dicks in no time.Watch them acting slutty, posing nude and fucking like whores in a great collection of videos which is set to provide the finest XXX.HARARE: Zimbabwe is under the control of the military, two days after its army chief warned President Robert Mugabe against purging the ruling party's senior ranks.Analysts say it appears to be the climax of a power struggle between liberation-era figures loyal to ousted vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa and forces faithful to First Lady Grace Mugabe, who is seen as vying to succeed her 93-year-old husband.
The transfer of power to Emmerson Mnangagwa comes after Robert Mugabe announced his resignation in the middle of impeachment proceedings again him.Here is what we know: Armoured personnel carriers and troops were deployed onto roads leading towards Harare on Tuesday, a day after army chief General Constantino Chiwenga warned the military may intervene after Mugabe fired Mnangagwa last week.Mnangagwa was popular with security forces but had repeatedly clashed with Grace, 52, a political novice who is believed to have alarmed many senior army commanders with her open posturing and ambition.and his family are safe and sound and their security is guaranteed," Major General Sibusiso Moyo said, reading out a prepared statement. this is not a military takeover of government." The First Family have not been seen since the start of the unrest and prolonged gunfire was heard near Mugabe's private residence in the early hours of Wednesday morning.Read also: Indians in Zimbabwe safe after unrest: Embassy The South African government said on Wednesday that President Jacob Zuma had spoken to Mugabe who confirmed that he was "confined to his home" -- but otherwise fine.