Tuesday, February 22, 2011

The Times They are a Changin'

Not long ago, Zimbabwe was the breadbasket of Africa. Recently, the United Nations found Zimbabweans to be among the world’s poorest people, often making mere survival an all-consuming task.
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Mr. Mugabe, who turned 87 on Monday, and his Zanu PF party have ruled Zimbabwe single-handedly from 1980 until 2009, when regional leaders pressured him into forming a power-sharing government with his longtime political rival, Morgan Tsvangirai. Today, as the world watches the tidal wave of change sweeping Egypt, Tunisia, Bahrain and now Libya, a Zanu PF official is quoted as warning “Don’t attempt this, it can’t be done here.” To read more click here.

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