We're ending our live coverage of the ongoing political crisis in Zimbabwe. You can keep up-to-date with the latest news on BBCNews.com.
This is how things stand so far:
- Governing Zanu-PF has listed charges for President Robert Mugabe's impeachment including that he let his wife 'usurp power'.
- The BBC's Africa Editor Fergal Keane reports that the impeachment vote will take place on Wednesday.
- Mr Mugabe has called for a cabinet meeting tomorrow.
- A government minister and ally of First Lady Grace Mugabe says that he and 50 other party officials, including a group of ministers, are out of the country.
- Zanu-PF official calls for a march to Mugabe's residence on Wednesday.
And here is some reading to catch up on:
- Five things you should know about Zimbabwe
- Find out the country's next likely leader - 'the crocodile' who snapped back
- The takeover was triggered by the presidential ambitions of Mr Mugabe's wife - do you know which other political dynasties are strong in Africa?
- And how will President Mugabe be remembered?
Join bbc.com/africalive for more updates on Tuesday from 09:00 GMT.