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He still refuses to step down, but the era of Robert Mugabe has ended. His successor Mnangagwa must harness the momentum to build political bridges — otherwise the turning tide could take him with it, says Claus Stäcker.
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Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has defied pressure from his ZANU-PF party to step down. In a live televised address to the nation, Mugabe said he would preside over his party’s next congress - despite earlier being sacked as head of ZANU-PF.
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