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Zimbabwe

Robert Gabriel Mugabe

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


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A bail-out for Beijing's sake

Opposition politicians are outraged that President Robert Mugabe's government has used scarce public funds to pay off a US$80 million debt to a Chinese supplier which had been racked up by company belonging Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front member and former MP Edward Raradza...

He was discussing President Robert Mugabe's trip China in the week ending 30 August which was strong on solidarity and mutual commendations but yielded little tangible financial support (AC Vol 55 No 18, Mice at play)...


Mice at play

President Robert Mugabe's movements are always top secret and the first indication of his four-day trip to Beijing was a picture of himself and Grace Mugabe being seen off at Harare Airport on 31 August...


Women and children first

The hopes of some activists within the governing Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front for some clarity about the succession to President Robert Mugabe have been thwarted again...

The chaotic organisation of the conferences allowed point-scoring without overtly breaching President Robert Mugabe's fatwa against factionalism...


'Too rich to bribe'

Despite the evidence, President Robert Mugabe insists that the economy is in recovery and will gather momentum under his Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (Zim Asset) programme...


Coup de Grace

The camp of Emmerson Mnangagwa, the Justice Minister and Mujuru's chief rival to succeed President Robert Mugabe, also suffered...


Seized farms haunt ZANU-PF

Relatives of President Robert Mugabe and other ZANU-PF high-ups appear to have realised that without title deeds to the properties forcibly seized from white commercial farmers, they could eventually lose the land in court...


Put a faction in your tank

Their fierce competition to succeed President Robert Mugabe is increasingly coming out into the open...


Arms-for-platinum deal

The country could not replenish its lost military hardware due to an arms embargo which the European Union and the United States imposed, in 2002 and 2003 respectively, in response to high levels of political violence, human rights violations and intimidation by security forces and activists from President Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF)...


Baba Jukwa arrest rocks regime

Kudzayi, however, denies the charge and says that ZANU-PF members trying to impress President Robert Mugabe have turned him into a 'sacrificial lamb'...


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