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Robert Gabriel Mugabe
Zimbabwe

Robert Gabriel Mugabe

Date of Birth: 21/02/1924
Place of Birth: Zvimba


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Blow to yuan plan

President Robert Mugabe has come unstuck in his plans to circulate the Chinese currency, the yuan, in Zimbabwe...


Grace plots for power

A dramatic bid, backed by President Robert Mugabe, to evict Emmerson Mnangagwa as one of the country's two vice-presidents, is set to dominate the national congress of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front next month...

The Generation 40 (G-40) group, linked to Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere, plans to propose that a woman be included in the party presidium, which currently comprises Robert Mugabe and his two vice-presidents, Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko (AC Vol 56 No 17, The 'Grace plot' thickens)...


Opposition watches and waits

Surprisingly, Mnangagwa has been punting a variation of this formula in informal meetings with non-partisan stakeholders with the caveat that no fundamental change is possible until President Robert Mugabe hands in the reins...


The 'Grace plot' thickens

President Robert Mugabe has assembled a cabal to ensure that his wife Grace succeeds him as head of state, senior government and ruling party sources linked to Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa have told Africa Confidential...


Passing and wielding the baton

Today, President Robert Mugabe hands over the Southern African Development Community chair to Botswana's President Seretse Khama Ian Khama, and next month he ends his year-long stint chairing the African Union...


Ruling and unruly parties

Splits in the ruling party keep on growing as its factions thrive, even though President Robert Mugabe supposedly banned them...


The soldiers return

The SADC Chairman, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, takes a keen interest and is sending intelligence agents to investigate Mahao's killing at an army roadblock...


Bye-bye unity

In others, some ill-considered remarks on tribalism by President Robert Mugabe could prove a turn-off...


So far, so bad

But traditional leader Fortune Charumbira, president of the Chiefs' Council, told a provincial ZANU-PF meeting in Masvingo that the witchcraft she had supposedly been using against President Robert Mugabe was responsible for the crop failures...


The mighty fall

Mujuru enjoyed strong popular support but her victorious adversary, now heir-apparent to President Robert Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, does not...


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