Monday, April 7, 2008

African politicians aim to oust Zimbabwe's president

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai met South African ruling party leader Jacob Zuma on Monday after appealing for help from outside powers to end the 28-year rule of President Robert Mugabe.

28 years? Silly president, you've served 20 years too many!
Tsvangirai, who says he defeated Mugabe in a presidential election on March 29, wrote in a newspaper article earlier that Zimbabwe was on a "razor's edge" because of the veteran leader's attempts to prolong his rule.

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