Military authorities have promised to grant Mugabe a "generous pension" and have told him that his safety will be protected in his home country.
He has been allowed to keep several of his properties.
93-year-old refused to leave the country, saying he wanted to die there.
Mugabe resigned on Tuesday after 37 years in power.
The former leader has been accused of waging a campaign of fear to remain in power and also has also been accused of corruption to finance his lavish lifestyle.
Emmerson Mnangagwa, the former vice-president sacked by Mugabe this month, is to be sworn in as president on Friday. (ANI)