The batsman is included in the squad for the tour Down Under
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Saturday 08 March 2008
Were it not for an accident of history, Robert Mugabe might now be a retired schoolteacher living out his dotage in peaceful Ghana. In the summer of 1960 when the first African National Congress – the one set up in what was then Rhodesia – was starting to challenge white rule, the young Mugabe was more of an academic than an activist. The holder, already, of three degrees he had only returned to his homeland to introduce his future wife, Sally, to his family.
Monday 03 March 2008
Buoyed by key defections from the ruling party and support from the opposition movement, former finance minister Simba Makoni held a presidential election rally in the capital yesterday with promises to repair the economy and heal divisions in the nation.
Wednesday 06 February 2008
Robert Mugabe is facing the first major internal challenge to his leadership in 20 years after his former finance minister, Simba Makoni, 57, said he would run against the President in next month's elections.
Tuesday 15 January 2008
Monday 07 November 2005
Friday 24 June 2005
Thursday 06 January 2005
Zimbabwe's ruling party is on the verge of disintegrating after party militants invaded its headquarters in Harare to protest at Robert Mugabe's autocratic style.
Thursday 25 November 2004
Thursday 28 October 2004
Monday 25 October 2004
Saturday 16 October 2004
Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, was acquitted of treason by the High Court in Harare yesterday.
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