Zimbabwe: Former President Robert Mugabe's Departure Renews Hope

Former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s departure renews hope.

Robert Mugabe resigned on Tuesday, November 21 as president of Zimbabwe after 37 years in power, ushering in a new era for the country.

Mugabe finally resigned after a military intervention and pressure from his own party Zanu-PF and the Zimbabwean citizens.

There was jubilation in streets across the country following decades of Mugabe's authoritarian rule. Mugabe's departure renews hope, and spirit and brings a sense of freedom to Zimbabweans, most of whom have only known one leader.

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