Mugabe Calls His Removal a 'Coup D'etat'
The former president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe has said his ousting from power 'was truly a military takeover' adding that 'we must undo this disgrace' in his first interview since leaving office.
Former president Robert Mugabe (file photo).
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Travelling as an ordinary citizen on a flight from Harare bound for Johannesburg, former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has made his first trip to South Africa since the ... Read more »
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