As a new elite liberators often mimicked the lifestyles of those they replaced. Since the French Revolution, new regimes have often resembled old ones
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Without Mozambique president Samora Machel’s intervention, there wouldn't have been an independence settlement for Zimbabwe in 1979.
Zimbabwe’s formal jobs now lower than 47 years ago – when Mugabe was in jail and white premier Smith ruled
Thousands of Zimbabweans have flooded city streets as hawkers, and more than 3 million others had left their homeland in search of work.