mugabe in A Sentence

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    Both Mugabe and his wife were in trouble with the law;

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    Robert Mugabe.

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    Mugabe and others in the NDP were furious at Nkomo's compromise.

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    Mugabe will be buried in his village.

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    Mugabe‘they are worse than animals'.

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    In contrast to 2008, there was no organised dissent against Mugabe within ZANU-PF.

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    On Sunday, Mugabe, who first came to power after independence in 1980, said he would not vote for his successor.

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    On Monday, Mugabe- who first came to power after independence in 1980- said he would not vote for his successor.

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    Mugabe has stated that“socialism has to be much more Christian than capitalism”.

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    Mugabe travelled to various ZANLA camps in Mozambique to build support among its officers.

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    From 1955 to 1958, Mugabe lived in neighbouring Northern Rhodesia, where he worked at Chalimbana Teacher Training College in Lusaka.

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    Robert Mugabe had ruled Zimbabwe for almost four decades before he was ousted from power in a military coup two years ago.

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    Mugabe refused to attend these London peace talks, opposing the idea of a negotiated as opposed to military solution to the Rhodesian War.

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    In the election, Mugabe was re-elected President with nearly 80% of the vote, while Zanu-PF secured 116 of the 119 available parliamentary seats.

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    As President, Mugabe retained Walls as the head of the armed forces.

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    Because he was an interesting speaker, Mugabe also was the victim of false quotes attributed to him over the years.

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    In 2008 American journalist Peter Maass called Obiang Africa's worst dictator, worse than Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe.

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    Mugabe, who led Zimbabwe to independence died on Sept 6. aged 95 in Singapore.

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    However, it said this was not“a military takeover of government” and that President Robert Mugabe was safe.

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    Following the election, Mugabe expanded his cabinet from 29 to 42 ministers while the government adopted a 133% pay rise for MPs.

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    In protest, Mugabe joined a demonstration of 7,000 people who planned to march from Highfield to the Prime Minister's office in Salisbury.

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    Although elected democratically, President Mugabe imposed various disastrous and cruel laws which continue to affect the country's economy.

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    Mugabe resigned on Nov. 21 after military and public pressure, ending his 37-year rule.

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    Mugabe claimed that the build-up to the 2002 presidential election represented“the third Chimurenga” and that it would set Zimbabwe free from its colonial heritage.

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    The pair had planned for their visit to be short, however Mugabe's friend, the African nationalist Leopold Takawira, urged them to stay.

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    While married to Hayfron, in 1987 Mugabe began an extra-marital affair with his secretary, Grace Marufu;

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    Although elected democratically, President Mugabe imposed various disastrous and cruel laws which continue to affect the country鈥檚 economy.

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    In January 2015, Mugabe was elected as the Chairperson of the African Union(AU).

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    Sympathetic black warders used to smuggle messages from Mugabe and other members of the ZANU executive committee to activists outside the prison.

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    In the build-up to the election, the government changed the electoral rules and regulations in order to improve Mugabe's chances of victory.

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