Jump to navigation

Robert Gabriel Mugabe
Zimbabwe

Robert Gabriel Mugabe

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


Displaying 1-10 out of 484 results.

Opposition's ailing fortunes

Opposition hopes are fading that a repeat of the massive poll victory for President Robert Mugabe and the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) in 2013 can be avoided at the 2018 general election...

Now there are about 20 and at least four possible candidates who might stand against Robert Mugabe in the presidential poll (AC Vol 57 No 9, Morgan goes it alone)...


Donors risk funding a fix

All ZEC's decisions must be approved by the Ministry of Justice, headed by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who is generally considered the most powerful politician after President Robert Mugabe (AC Vol 58 No 13, Mugabe the juggler)...


Mugabe the juggler

All agree on one thing: only incapacity or worse can prevent President Robert Mugabe from leading his party into the elections, due next year...

READ FOR FREE

Whose judge is it anyway?

Normally, President Robert Mugabe is reluctant to appear to be the author of major decisions, preferring them to look like the inevitable consequence of the law or of ZANU-PF's internal processes...


ZANU-PF digs for votes

' The Trafigura facility carries a massive rate of interest, the sources said, and the family of President Robert Mugabe had a role in the deal...

The power of the family President Robert Mugabe's wife, Grace, and her family are involved in a multi-million electricity generation project with Sakunda Holdings...


Mugabe's waiting room

The country's restless public has failed to dislodge its nonagenarian leader, Robert Mugabe, who has ruled since 1980...


Patriotism, politics and position

ZANU-PF cadres fiercely resent the idea that President Robert Mugabe should cede his mandate to a transitional authority, even if it is ostensibly non-partisan...


Dollar crisis puts opposition on the streets

Hostility within the government is mounting towards the plan, which is championed by Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa and Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya and backed by President Robert Mugabe, for a rapprochement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (AC Vol 57 No 13, Political questions loom as debt deal is set for September)...

A fistful of dollars As the country's cash crisis deepens, doubts are growing about a plan to issue US$200 million of bond notes, described by President Robert Mugabe as a 'surrogate currency'...

READ FOR FREE

Displaying 1-10 out of 484 results.