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The tailored gait of Mugabe’s march – PERCY ZVOMUYA

October 4, 2013

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BY PERCY ZVOMUYA 04 October 2013 The sartorial choices of the man who has charted Zimbabwe’s course for over three decades reflect the sharp edges to its attitude to the world. The story of Zimbabwe is the story of the suit: the three-piece suit and the double-breasted suit, the dinner suit and the lounge suit. […]

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Mugabe hero of African liberation

June 3, 2013

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By Andile Mngxitama 2 June 2013 PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is the greatest black statesman alive today in Africa. Greatness here must be evaluated on the criteria of whether the person who claims the position of leadership of his or her people against colonialism, apartheid and white rule has been able to guide the nation to […]

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History being made in Zim – MDC

October 15, 2008

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Zimbabwe’s parties are close to breaking a deadlock over a power-sharing deal and “history is being made” at talks between President Robert Mugabe and rival Morgan Tsvangirai, the opposition MDC said on Wednesday. MDC chief negotiator Tendai Biti, asked by reporters when talks would be concluded, said: “If you pray hard, tomorrow. History is being […]

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