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Mu·ga·be

 (mo͝o-gä′bē), Robert Gabriel Born 1924.
Zimbabwean politician who led the black nationalist struggle against the white minority government of Rhodesia. After Zimbabwe's independence (1980), he was elected prime minister, then president (since 1987). His forcible redistribution of farmland caused a severe decline in the country's food production, resulting in widespread famine.

Mugabe

(mʊˈɡɑːbɪ)
n
(Biography) 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

Mu•ga•be

(muˈgɑ bi, -beɪ)

n.
Robert (Gabriel), born 1924, prime minister of Zimbabwe 1980–87; president since 1987.
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Nearly $1m (APS914,000) in cash was stolen from a briefcase belonging to Zimbabwe's former President Robert Mugabe, the state-owned Herald newspaper reports - quoting "updated court documents".
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by Agence France-Presse President Robert Mugabe listens to his wife Grace Mugabe at a rally of his ruling ZANU-PF party in Harare, Zimbabwe, on November 8, 2017.
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