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Mugabe

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 1988
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Three people appeared in court on 10 January accused of stealing a suitcase containing $150,000, but Mr Mugabe says he lost much more.
"He can no longer walk but we will continue to take care of him," said Mr Mnangagwa, who took over from his former mentor a year ago after Mr Mugabe stepped down under military pressure.
Mugabe, 94, who ruled the southern African nation for nearly four decades since independence from Britain in 1980, was forced to resign in November 2017 after an army coup.
Slow and rambling, the 94-year-old Mugabe spoke to reporters on Sunday with bitterness about his dramatic removal in November under military pressure and amid a ruling party feud, APnews said.
The unthinkable is happening in Zimbabwe: Robert Gabriel Mugabe, for 37 years the master of all he surveyed in the country, has come under attack by the state media, and Zanu-PF youths have chanted "down with Mugabe" slogans in front of the new President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, who had gone to address them at their national assembly meeting on 6 March.
One word befits Mugabe's 94th birthday Wednesday: infamy.
The now former-President Robert Gabriel Mugabe resigned from office following dramatic action by the country's military which saw soldiers and tanks on the streets of Harare, Zimbabwe's capital and the end of Mugabe's 37-year rule.
Mugabe had fired his Vice President in an attempt to secure the presidency for his wife, Grace.
Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association chairman Chris Mutsvangwa described Grace as "clinically mad", and Temba Mliswa, a member of parliament from the ruling Zanu-PF party, has claimed that "Robert Mugabe's legacy has been destroyed by his wife.
Harare: Robert Mugabe's nephew said on Sunday the ousted Zimbabwean president was in good health and "quite jovial" after being forced to resign when a military takeover ended his 37 years in power.
Harare [Zimbabwe], Nov 25 ( ANI ): A Zimbabwean High court judge has ruled the military action against former president Robert Mugabe that led to his resignation as legal.
ROBERT Mugabe dramatically quit as Zimbabwe's President yesterday after 37 years in charge.