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Sibusiso Busi Moyo Death & Cause Of Death: Zimbabwe’s Foreign Minister & Retired Army Major General Is Dead



Zimbabwe’s foreign minister and face of 2017 military coup that ousted Robert Mugabe as president, Major General S B Moyo has died at the aged of 61, according to multiple government sources hed died from Covid-19 complications.

Sibusiso Busi Moyo was a Zimbabwean politician and retired army major general serving as Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade in the Cabinet of Zimbabwe since November 2017.

Born at Mnene Mission Hospital in Mberengwa in 1960, He was the third child of eight and joined the liberation struggle in 1977.

He holds a PhD in International Relations from the University of Zimbabwe, a Masters in Business Administration from Zimbabwe Open University and a Masters in International Relations from the University of Zimbabwe.

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He was a major general in the National Zimbabwe National Army until his retirement in December 2017 after receiving the rank of lieutenant general.

In January 2016, he was promoted from brigadier general by former President Robert Mugabe.

On November 15, 2017, the day before Mugabe’s house arrest, Moyo made a statement on state zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, denying the coup, saying that “the President … and his family is healthy և their safety is guaranteed.” “The armed forces” targeted only the criminals around [Mugabe] who were committing crimes … which were causing social and economic suffering in the country. ”

Moyo continued, “As soon as we fulfil our mission, we expect the situation to return to normal.” On November 18, 2017, Moyo thanked all the Zimbabweans who came out in solidarity to oust Mugabe from the State Palace.

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