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A triumphant Grace Mugabe, having drawn the Crocodile's teeth, has promised great things for Zimbabwe. She told thousands of Zanu PF supporters in Harare: 'I love my president . . . he was annointed by God . . . I will help him make this country prosper'.

Soon we may all have diamond rings the size of ostrich eggs like hers and be able to pour $250 bottles of champagne over $60,000 watches like son Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe. 'My daddy run the whole country', he was quoted as saying. Soon it will be his mummy (see: President-Mugabe's son pours champagne 45k watch).

Vice-President Mnangagwa, who suddenly left Zimbabwe with a stomach ache, has reportedly promised to return and put an end to the Mugabe regime. The Vigil is not so sure. Mnangagwa may be the hope of the West, but he has shown himself to be toothless. The Vigil's bet is another electoral triumph next year for Zanu PF. The votes have already been counted.

Having renamed Harare airport after the President, all that remains is to rename the country. Perhaps Mugabia - or more likely Graceland.

Women at the Vigil wore Grace Mugabe masks at our protest outside the Embassy, displaying posters such as 'No rule by extension cord' and 'No to 'President' Grace.

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