Mugabe



Robert (Gabriel) born 1924, Zimbabwean political leader: prime minister 1980–87; president since 1987.
Contemporary Examples

Searching Hard for Mugabe’s Conscience James Kirchick January 18, 2014
The Case for Prosecuting Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi Geoffrey Robertson February 28, 2011
Democratic Africa Gets Its First White Leader Nico Hines October 28, 2014
Searching Hard for Mugabe’s Conscience James Kirchick January 18, 2014
Democratic Africa Gets Its First White Leader Nico Hines October 28, 2014
Searching Hard for Mugabe’s Conscience James Kirchick January 18, 2014
Searching Hard for Mugabe’s Conscience James Kirchick January 18, 2014
Scenes From the New Upper Class David Frum February 8, 2012
In Zimbabwe, a Longtime Foe Sees a Different Side of Robert Mugabe Eli Lake May 22, 2012
In Zimbabwe, a Longtime Foe Sees a Different Side of Robert Mugabe Eli Lake May 22, 2012

noun
Robert. born 1925, Zimbabwean politician; leader of one wing of the Patriotic Front against the government of Ian Smith of Rhodesia, and of the Zanu party; prime minister (1980–87); president from 1987

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