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Exclusive South Africa report: Mugabe rigged 2002 elections

The 2002 Zimbabwean elections were not “free and fair” the long-awaited Khampepe report by then Pretoria high court judge Dikgang Moseneke and Johannesburg high court judge Sisi Khampepe has determined. The 27-page document found the actual running of the three-day voting process, excluding delays in urban areas Harare and Chitungwiza, to …

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Mutasa faces axe

Takunda Maodza Assistant News Editor WAR veterans yesterday warned Zanu-PF secretary for administration Cde Didymus Mutasa against associating with elements covertly pushing for the removal of President Mugabe or face the axe. They also want Politburo members Cdes Tendai Savanhu and Flora Buka investigated for destabilising the party and have …

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Politiburo meeting to fire Mujuru set

Vice President, Joice Mujuru, is now just staying in office for the purpose of cosmetic peace and unity in Zanu PF, before the party’s crucial elective congress in December, amid disclosures that President Robert Mugabe has been forced to fire her by hardline military generals, who also happen to sympathise …

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Parody: Mugabe, The mbanje addict who still drives

By Shingai Mugochi In 1980 jubilant Zimbabweans were wooed into a bus heading to a promised land of milk and honey. They knew the driver had never steered a bus and his crew had no experience either. They were assured that an experienced driver would stay on and assist the …

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Robert Mugabe’s corruption 1980-2014

Editor’s note: In this article Ken Yamamoto, a researcher on Africa at a Tokyo Institute, questions President Robert Mugabe’s sincerity in dealing with the country’s corruption scourge. Yamamoto cites several historic scandals where little or no action was taken while those implicated were rewarded with top government posts. He suggests that …

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