The Zimbabwean military took control of the country on Wednesday after a struggle to succeed 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe erupted in public, culminating in the sacking of the vice president, Emmerson Mnangagwa.
AU Commission Chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat said in a statement on Wednesday the AU was closely monitoring developments in Zimbabwe after the military seized power from the government on early Wednesday morning, Xinhua reported.
Both Mugabe and his wife were placed under house arrest by the military and according to several news reports, the president, who has been in power since white-rule ended in 1980, was due to make a statement about handing over power in the next few days.
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The situation across the country on Thursday - day two of the army action - remained calm and peaceful, with public transport, offices and businesses such as banks and retail shops operating as normal.
Even if the "best-case scenario" comes to pass, the APA leader believes Mugabe has caused a huge amount of damage to the Zimbabwean economy and political scene and there will be no quick-fix solution to these issues.
Speaking at the Zimbabwe Solidarity Forum-Civil Society Conference in Johannesburg, Moerane says raising voices while in foreign countries would not aid the situation.
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The Secretary-General reiterates the United Nations' commitment to continuing to support Zimbabwe's national efforts to consolidate democratic governance.
His vice-president, Emmerson Mnangagwa was sacked last week, making Mugabe's wife Grace the president's likely successor - but leaving top military officials feeling sidelined.
President Jacob Zuma said he has been allowed to speak to Mugabe, who said he was being detained.
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