Sunday, April 18, 2004

SABC strikes an unusually critical tone in a report on Robert Mugabe's Independence Day speech yesterday:

'His address came as the country entered a quarter century under his rule with the country devastated by economic collapse, subjected to international isolation, with half its 12 million population starving, and in the grip of violent political repression meant to crush his opponents and to ensure he stays in power.'


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