Condolences continue to pour in following the death of Former President Robert Mugabe at the age of 95 in Singapore this morning.

South African President, Mr Cyril Ramaphosa paid tribute to the former President, saying under Cde Mugabe’s leadership, Zimbabwe sustained the struggle against colonialism, which inspired South Africa’s fight against apartheid, building in them hope that one day they too would be free.

Kenyan President Mr Uhuru Kenyatta conveyed his condolence message through a tweet.

Visiting Cuban first Vice Minister, Marcelino Medins Gonzalez has also paid his condolences to the people of Zimbabwe following the passing on of the Liberation icon.

Honourable Gonzalez conveyed his condolence message when he met Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mudenda this morning.

He said Cde Mugabe was one of the few African leaders who un-reservedly supported Cuba and was vocal in urging the United States of America to lift sanctions imposed on Cuba at the United Nations General Assembly.

The Zanu PF National Political Commissar, Cde Victor Matemadanda has also mourned the passing on of Former President saying the late veteran politician left a legacy of pan african values that became the foundation of unity in Zimbabwe.

Others including the US Embassy in Zimbabwe, UN Resident Coordinator, Mr Bishow Parajuli and EFF leader, Julius Malema also took to social media to mourn the former President.