The longstanding leader of Zimbabwe President Robert Gabriel Mugabe has praised ANC MPs who voted against the removal of Zuma from the presidency, and asked Zuma to stand for another term as president of South Africa.
Mugabe blasted the opposition parties in the country for inciting the ordinary masses of South Africa to move against a legitimate government of the people.
Speaking from his hilltop mansion in Harare, while reacting and taking questions from journalist form different local media houses in the country, the octogenarian leader insisted that the West is behind the latest attempt to unsit Zuma, singling out Bush and Blair as the main culprits.
He went on to invite his friend for a celebration of the victory at his Singapore base over the weekend. He expressed his confidence that with his friend at the helms of South Africa’s government, the two can comtrol SADC for many years to come.