Extraordinary events are unfolding in Zimbabwe - here is a summary of the latest events.
The most important update is that defiant Mugabe is still the president of Zimbabwe after refusing to resign on live television.
Mugabe was expected to stand down in a historic address live on state television after conceding to military takeover.
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has shocked the country by ending his address on national television without announcing his resignation, but he not…
Instead #MugabeStays following a rambling speech which left the nation stunned and shocked
In a statement delivered in Harare he claimed military intervention, which saw him placed under house arrest four days ago, was no challenge to his authority.
The army stepped in to block Grace Mugabe’s tilt at power.
Here is the Official Military Statement Delivered on Zimbabwe Live Television.
Speaking slowly and occasionally stumbling as he read from pages, Mugabe talked of the need for solidarity to resolve national problems.
The president ended his speech by saying he will preside over an upcoming conference of the ruling Zanu-PF party.
The news means widespread disappointment for those who thought they were witnessing the end of the Mugabe era and celebrated in euphoric scenes in the streets of Zimbabwe yesterday.
His refusal to go plunges the country into more political uncertainty.
The leader of Zimbabwe’s influential war veterans, Chris Mutsvangwa told reporters that plans for impeachment would go ahead as scheduled.
The generals involved in the military takeover will issue a statement tomorrow morning.