President Robert Mugabe has returned from Mauritius after attending the first African Economic Platform (AEP) summit which ended today (Tuesday). He touched down at Harare International Airport aboard an Air Zimbabwe A320 airbus with an all female crew, led by Ms Chipo Matimba as the captain, Ms Thandi Dube as the first officer, Constance Masimbe and Mary Murimba as senior flight attendants. It was the first time that an all female crew took charge of the airbus.
Mugabe was welcomed by the two vice presidents; Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko, several cabinet ministers, senior government officials and service chiefs.
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