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How Mugabe plunged Zimbabwe into an abyss of despair
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How Mugabe plunged Zimbabwe into an abyss of despair

During his 37-year rule, the nation’s lush fields became wastelands, disease and hunger became rampant and the economy registered a negative growth of six per cent, says Shreekant Sambrani. IMAGE: Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace. On November 18, the 37-year-long rule of the country's founding father came to an end. Photograph: Philimon Bulawayo/Reuters. “Game over. Done. Finished!” said a spokesman for the Zimbabwe War Veterans on November 18. I ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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The woman who provoked a coup

Few in Zimbabwe dared to anger 'Gucci Grace' as Grace Mugabe was called.Robert Mugabe's wife was ruthless and terrifying, and her ambition clearly provoked the army's coup on Wednesday. IMAGE: Robert Mugabe listens to his wife Grace at a ZANU-PF party rally in Harare, November 8, 2017, a week before the army removed Zimbabwe's president from office. Photograph: Philimon Bulawayo That Robert Mugabe was deposed was no surprise to anyone who had been followed the increasingly bizarre despot's ...
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Breakfast with Mugabe: a play, a friend and a tragedy in two acts

More than a decade ago I wrote a play called Breakfast with Mugabe which was directed by Antony Sher and produced by The Royal Shakespeare Company in 2005. The play suggests why the former Zimbabwean leader spiralled into paranoia – and then remarkably ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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Why can't Sreesanth play for another country?

'None of us has the right to tell Sreesanth what to do with his career and it is childish to expect him to hold the torch of our bogus cricket patriotism,' says Aakar Patel. IMAGE: S Sreesanth bowls during the second Test against South Africa in Durban, December 29, 2010.His blinder of a delivery to Jacques Kallis was likely the turning point in the Test that India won by 87 runs -- it moved from just short of length and Kallis had no other option but to fend at it, only to glove it to ...
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