Robert Mugabe refused to step down as Zimbabwe’s president on Sunday, despite his ruling ZANU-PF party removing him as its leader, replacing him with Emmerson Mnangagwa, the man he fired as his deputy in party and government early this month. In a televised address to the nation on Sunday, Mugabe made no referenced to his sacking and instead said he would preside over the ZANU-PF congress in December. The party gave him until noon on Monday to quit, failure of which will lead to impeachment and removal in Parliament on Tuesday. The veterans of Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle are threatening another mass demonstration on Wednesday, this time to his private residence if he does not quit by then. Welcome to our live coverage of this evolving situation.