All eyes are on Zimbabwe after its President announced his resignation on Tuesday.
The southern africa nation's leader, Robert Mugabe threw in the towel after being pilled pressure from the country's millitary.
The Zimbabwe Defence Forces took over last week and refused to call their intervention a Coup.
This led to Mugabes' sacking on sunday as leader of the governing Zanu-PF. Officials from the Party odered Mugabe, 93 to resign on Monday, to which he refused.
As Mugabe's deadline elapsed, parliament met to begin the impeachment process, however in the midst of it all, Parliamentarians recieved Mugabe's resignation letter which was then read out.
The news was recieved by chants and shouts of jubilations from not only the parliamentarians but also the public.
Hundreds of people took to the streets to celebrate what many term as Ziimbabwe's freedom day.
Currently, Zimbawe is being led by the military as former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa is yet to be sworn in as president.
The country will in 2018 hold elections to choose another leader.
The developments in Zimbabwe are being monitored in Malawi and the rest of the world.