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The Murder Of Missionaries In Rhodesia

Whilst we can laugh and joke; let us never forget those who suffered and died..ELIM MISSION MASSACRE 23/6/1978..39 years ago today. Guerrillas crossed the border, from their base in Mozambique, Cowardly satanic whores, trained well to kill the meek. Christendom, the word of God, was communist’s enemy. From this land …

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The succession of Robert Mugabe and its challenges

Unbeknownst to many, Zimbabwe has had two presidents since gaining independence on 18 April 1980. Canaan Banana was the country’s first black president and served as head of state for seven years between 1980 and 1987. His memory has been relegated to the dustbin of history partially because the real …

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Why I refuse to condemn #Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe

It is clear why Zimbabweans want a change of government, writes Adolf Mkenda, but it isn’t clear why the West has been more critical of Mugabe than other leaders with worse records on human rights and democracy. Mkenda argues that two key factors sparked this response: The international connections of …

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