Robert Mugabe

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Robert Mugabe

Pamuntuk ning Zimbabwe
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai
Kadwang Pamuntuk Simon Muzenda
Joice Mujuru
Elilan neng Canaan Banana

Mibait Pebreru 21 1924 (idad 93)
Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia
(now Harare, Zimbabwe)
Lagiu kabait Robert Gabriel Mugabe
Partido political National Democratic Party (1960–1961)
Zimbabwe African People's Union (1961–1963)
Zimbabwe African National Union (1963–1987)
Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (1987–present)
Asawa Sally Hayfron (1961–1992)
Grace Marufu (1996–present)
Ának Michael Nhamodzenyika
Bona Mugabe
Robert Peter
Bellarmine Chatunga
Pípagaralan  University of Fort Hare
University of South Africa
University of London
Relihyun Roman Catholicism
Pirma

I Robert Gabriel Mugabe (/mˈɡɑːb/ moo-GAH-bee; IPA[muɡaɓe];[needs tone] mibait 21 Febrero 1924) ing kadwa ampong kasalungsungang Pamuntuk ning Zimbabwe. Antimong metung kareng pekapun da reng pangimut a gerilya laban king pamanibalang ning minoryang maputi, miyalal ya king upaya at menibala anyang 1980. Migsilbi yang Pun Ministru manibat 1980 anggang 1987, at antimo ing mumunang ehekutibung pekapun ning estadu manibat 1987.[1]

Notes[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. Chan, Stephen (2003). Robert Mugabe: A Life of Power and Violence. 

Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  • Chan, Stephen (2003). Robert Mugabe: A life of power and violence. London: IB Taurus. ISBN 978-1-86064-873-1. 
  • East, R. and Thomas, Richard J. Profiles of People in Power: The World's Government Leaders, 2003 ISBN 1-85743-126-X.
  • Holland, Heidi. Dinner with Mugabe, 2008. Penguin, South Africa. ISBN 978-0-14-302557-3.
  • Meredith, Martin : Mugabe: Power and Plunder in Zimbabwe, 2003. Oxford [rev. updated ed.] ISBN 1-58648-213-0 (American ed.: Our votes, our guns)
  • Mwakikagile, Godfrey. Nyerere and Africa: End of an Era, 2006, Chapter Eight: "The Rhodesian Crisis: Tanzania's Role." New Africa Press, South Africa. ISBN 978-0-9802534-1-2.
  • Nolan, Cathal J. Notable US Ambassadors Since 1775: A Biographical Dictionary, 1997 ISBN 0-313-29195-0
  • The Times (SA) Online. 'The angry little boy who showed them all'. Published: 1 March 2008.
  • Who's Who : African Nationalist Leaders in Rhodesia by Robert Cary and Diana Mitchell, 1977,1980,1994 Reprinted by Mardon Printers (PTY) Ltd, Harare.
  • SAPA-DPA. "Bob vows to hold power." IOL. 21 December 2008.. Retrieved 21 February 2009.

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