Zimbabwean President and African Union chairperson Robert Mugabe gives an interview to Chinese media at the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) at Sandton in Johannesburg on December 5, 2015. / AFP / MUJAHID SAFODIEN
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A legislator from Zimbabwe's ruling party appeared in court Monday for uttering "insulting remarks" about President Robert Mugabe's wife Grace during a verbal exchange with a fellow ZANU-PF party member.Wadyajena has been linked to a faction of ZANU-PF loyal to Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa who is seen as Mugabe's heir while Muduvuri, a businessman, is seen as belonging to a group in the party opposed to Mnangagwa's bid to succeed Africa's oldest leader.MP Wadyajena was granted $800 bail and is expected to go on trial in Jan. 5 .
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