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Vol 51 No 3

Published 5th February 2010


The President ends his holiday

As the plotting and squabbles in the ZANU-PF break into the open, the military launches a new round of farm seizures

The first anniversary of the power-sharing agreement was inauspicious, as all three parties in government argue over the pace of political reform and blame each other for holding up progress. It now looks as if, far from being a temporary expedient, the coalition arrangement set up in February 2009 will last the full life of the five-year Parliament elected in 2008 and that President Robert Gabriel Mugabe plans to serve out his full five-year term too.

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