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 It's complicated: Zimbabweans see Mugabe's legacy as mixed

WSJ What's News

02:50 min | 1 year ago

It's complicated: Zimbabweans see Mugabe's legacy as mixed

"Former president of zimbabwe robert mugabe has died at the age of ninety five. He was is a schoolteacher turned guerrilla fighter who helped to topple white rule in zimbabwe. Only to then lead the country to the brink of economic ruin his successor president emerson managua said in a message on twitter quote commander mugabe was an icon of liberation a pan africanist who dedicated his life to the emancipation and empowerment norman of his people his contribution to the history of our nation will never be forgotten our deputy africa bureau chief gabrielle steinhaeuser is in capetown so gabrielle. Tell me a bit more about how mr mugabe ended up in power so mugabe came to power in nineteen eighty initially as prime minister of zimbabwe <hes> having sort of liberated his country from the british and and and also white minority government that followed and in his his first few years he really kept warm relations with his predecessor they would regularly have t- you know and he i think he was was honored by the british and he will succeed as this and of enlightenment need a he was a schoolteacher. You know he was educated. He we build a very strong education system zimbabwe but you right that the way he'll be remembered is a bit more complicated. I think it's a bit of a complicated legacy. I would say for most imbaba winds. They will remember him for the brutality and economic hardship of his final decades in power where the economy really spiraled and off any kind of opposition was brutally repressed but then you know you have other leaders in africa who really especially here in south africa really remember him for the support he gave them in their old liberation struggle so we had a very sort of hard shelled message from the ruling party the african national congress in south africa so the lauding him for his contribution to bringing the an and to apartheid and how is zimbabwe doing now. It's actually a really kind of sad adds to that because after he finally resigned resigned than i was in harare you know tens of thousands of people just storming the streets in celebration and there was so much optimism not only among zimbabweans but also among western governments who were ready and companies who are keen to engage in an invest. I think what we've seen over the last nearly two in years. There's a lot of that optimism plate fade away so it's hard to kind of look at mugabe's staff this this point to to a story of decline because it seems like the decline unfortunately continues

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"emerson managua" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the operation that started. This weeks ago is still not over not old of the people have been recovered, the governments and even private sick to companies have been out day to try to remove some of the stones. I mean, we talk about a psycho. But I think the reasons for the devastation is the fact that these granite boulders came crashing down from the. Since into these people's homes in burying some of these communities, and so they still don't of work that needs to be done of the roads have been opened up to exit some of these areas of but still people looking they loved ones that they lost. What about the meaning of these celebrations? The this independence day celebration since Emmerson Mnangagwa was elected leader last year. Our people marking this day differently than other independence days in the past Uelmen last year at Emerson Mnangagwa head been in Powell for about six months had swept into pellets through this military coup in there was still a lot of optimism. He was making the right to move the saying the right things in terms of ending corruption deterring financial interests among his government officials warning that they'd be a wrist full corruption. But a year later the mood has changed quite a dramatically. None of those top officials that he arrested has been successfully prosecuted of the. Has worsened in fact were so than it was under President Robert Mugabe, the price of Brit doubled to this week the price of fuel doubled in January. And so people are still trying to understand why this is happening. There was so many promises full change that Emerson Mnangagwa made when he came into power eighteen months ago. Speaking of changing guy outside of Imbaba's, you know, there are rumblings of an African spring and Sudan, and I'll Jerry next month in South Africa. There are elections. What do all these developments mean for Zimbabweans was watching all of events happening around Africa with a great deal of interest? They've been a lot of listens. Learnt from the way. Emerson Managua took power and many people hooping that Sudan the same listens will be loaned to know, Jerry. The sameness will be learned that just because you change a person at the top. It doesn't mean that the whole system has been dismantled the military that to Robert Mugabe is still propping innocent mnangagwa's they now. Been given these positions within government that very little in terms of power has changed. And I think that's the biggest advice that is above. We would give Sudanese and to Jerry Jones is that make sure that the whole system is dismantled once in full my BBC colleague Shingai in the yoga speaking with us from Harare, Zimbabwe and capital..

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Deep forehead wrinkles may signal a higher risk for cardiovascular mortality

Global News Podcast

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Deep forehead wrinkles may signal a higher risk for cardiovascular mortality

"For twenty years. Research is in front studied thousands of adults to analyze the connection between wrinkles on the Foret and the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. The team found that people with the most wrinkles with ten times more likely to die than those with no wrinkles. Once the research is did not find a definitive link between increased wrinkles and the risk of death from heart disease is believed that the hardening of arteries you to plank build up maybe the cools and his blood vessels in the Freud, assoc mall that the first show the banks of vessel aging whilst fried brow is no better predicting cardiovasc-. Risk than existing methods. Researchers said their findings could help raise concerns soon

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"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The US, secretary of state might compare has said. Diplomatic and economic pressure must be maintained on North Korea over its nuclear program he was speaking after United Nations report found that North Korea had not. Stopped its nuclear and missile programs speaking out the SEM foreign ministers gathering in Singapore. Mr. Pompeo announced the United States would provide nearly three hundred million dollars to reinforce security cooperation in southeast. Asia China's foreign minister said the country had no choice but to put in place defensive installations. The United States has urged in boys opposition leaders to accept the official results of the presidential elections which were won. By. The ruling party's Emerson Managua Beijing has urged the respect for, the choice that had been made. By Zimababwean people protesters in Iran are reported to have attacked a religious school in a town close to the capital Tehran the Iranian. News agency FARs quoted the head of the school Encourage province has saying that about five. Hundred people tried to break down the doors and start fires Officials in southeast India say eleven workers have died in a large explosion at a stone quarry the accident was apparently the result of a. Fire which ignited dynamite stored at MacQuarie in Andhra Pradesh thousands of women in the South Korean capital Seoul, taking, part in the latest protest against what they say is an epidemic of secretly filmed spike ham pornography demonstrating against. The use of secret recordings in changing rooms toilets and public spaces which later shed online in Britain the record-breaking. Hydroplane Bluebird, is due to take to the water. For the first time in more than, fifty years this, weekend the. Boat will undergo trials in Scotland the craft crashed in nineteen sixty seven killing its. Pilots Donald Campbell it. Remains the, only person to have set both world land and water speed records in the same year BBC news Hi this is Michael.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Out industries in public we cannot be ourselves first whose embargo way where politicians allied with the former first lady grace mcgarvy a calling on the african union to cut diplomatic ties with the country the new patriotic front once the a you to condemn as illegal the military intervention that led to the resignation of president robert mcgarvy i found out more about the new patriotic front from africa editor mary sinn fein's may have thought they had seen the last of grace mugabe and her husband robert mugabe who governed for nearly forty years but this very new party which is led by a man who is a senior government minister under mugabe jonathan moyo has emerged and the first thing they've done is that they've called on african leaders not to recognize the new president emerson managua and to establish a transitional government there's no word whether they want mugabe to come back on the scene but it really is seen as a if power struggle and the african union what you expand their response to be and they invited the new president m sin mananga or to their recent summit i don't think they're going to take this very seriously and also a high court in zimbabwe found that the military intervention that led to the departure of robert mugabe they found that there was nothing illegitimate about this even though this new party is our calling on african union to describe that military intervention as a coup but it i do think that the african union is really going to react with any seriousness to this dimond our africa editor mary hall pup experiments by american scientists of raised new questions about the potential cancer risks of using mobile phones canada the largest study of its kind involving animals male rats which were exposed to high levels of radiation similar to those emitted by mobile phones developed schumer's near their hearts the story from daniel ma'am.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Out industries in public we cannot be ourselves first whose embargo way where politicians allied with the former first lady grace mcgarvy a calling on the african union to cut diplomatic ties with the country the new patriotic front once the a you to condemn as illegal the military intervention that led to the resignation of president robert mcgarvy i found out more about the new patriotic front from africa editor mary sinn fein's may have thought they had seen the last of grace mugabe and her husband robert mugabe who governed for nearly forty years but this very new party which is led by a man who is a senior government minister under mugabe jonathan moyo has emerged and the first thing they've done is that they've called on african leaders not to recognize the new president emerson managua and to establish a transitional government there's no word whether they want mugabe to come back on the scene but it really is seen as a if power struggle and the african union what you expand their response to be and they invited the new president m sin mananga or to their recent summit i don't think they're going to take this very seriously and also a high court in zimbabwe found that the military intervention that led to the departure of robert mugabe they found that there was nothing illegitimate about this even though this new party is our calling on african union to describe that military intervention as a coup but it i do think that the african union is really going to react with any seriousness to this dimond our africa editor mary hall pup experiments by american scientists of raised new questions about the potential cancer risks of using mobile phones canada the largest study of its kind involving animals male rats which were exposed to high levels of radiation similar to those emitted by mobile phones developed schumer's near their hearts the story from daniel ma'am.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Look crisis in liberia and sierra leone the red cross admitted that it did lose some money to corruption there they'll give you another more recent example in yemen which we know very little is getting into that country fuel supplies are running out the international committee the red cross has just announced that it will buy fuel inside yemen to power the water pumping stations to prevent another outbreak of cholera now the icrc will have to pay almost certainly war profiteer prices for that fuel the local authorities can't afford it the icrc feels it has no choice is that money misspent or is it just that there is no other option imaging folks in geneva the opposition in zimbabwe says the new president emerson managua has betrayed people's hopes by pointing senior military figures to top cabinet jobs robert mugabe was ousted as president by the military last month after thirty seven years in power and drew harding reports it's not the radical break with the past that some had hoped for instead zimbabwe's new cabinet features an army general as foreign minister and the air force commanders the new agriculture minister some of mr mugabe's old allies have been removed but other controversial and longserving ministers a back in key jobs some cool that stability others a missed opportunity opposition politicians have condemned the new cabinet is a betrayal of the public's hopes and proof that the security forces so powerful under mr mcgarvy remain in charge of the country andrew harding the chinese capital beijing is in the midst of a massive social upheaval entire neighborhoods are being level because some areas the scene as two ramshackle to be modernized but many thousands of poorer residents have also been told they are now no longer welcome prompting accusations of heavyhanded populationcontrol and social engineering on the part of the chinese communist party are trying to correspondent stephen mcdonnell witnessed a beijing suburb in the.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Look crisis in liberia and sierra leone the red cross admitted that it did lose some money to corruption there they'll give you another more recent example in yemen which we know very little is getting into that country fuel supplies are running out the international committee the red cross has just announced that it will buy fuel inside yemen to power the water pumping stations to prevent another outbreak of cholera now the icrc will have to pay almost certainly war profiteer prices for that fuel the local authorities can't afford it the icrc feels it has no choice is that money misspent or is it just that there is no other option imaging folks in geneva the opposition in zimbabwe says the new president emerson managua has betrayed people's hopes by pointing senior military figures to top cabinet jobs robert mugabe was ousted as president by the military last month after thirty seven years in power and drew harding reports it's not the radical break with the past that some had hoped for instead zimbabwe's new cabinet features an army general as foreign minister and the air force commanders the new agriculture minister some of mr mugabe's old allies have been removed but other controversial and longserving ministers a back in key jobs some cool that stability others a missed opportunity opposition politicians have condemned the new cabinet is a betrayal of the public's hopes and proof that the security forces so powerful under mr mcgarvy remain in charge of the country andrew harding the chinese capital beijing is in the midst of a massive social upheaval entire neighborhoods are being level because some areas the scene as two ramshackle to be modernized but many thousands of poorer residents have also been told they are now no longer welcome prompting accusations of heavyhanded populationcontrol and social engineering on the part of the chinese communist party are trying to correspondent stephen mcdonnell witnessed a beijing suburb in the.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Really how would you like surely bereft you have to be to come up with that gm please in this whole thing with trump basketball players again as many in the nation of her trump successfully negotiated the release of three ucla basketball players after they had been arrested for shoplifting in china and then after lee angelo all cody riley in jaylen hill were released they thank trump for what he had done but guess what lavarra bowl li angelos father said trump's effort quote unquote don't tell me nothing and he explained trump really didn't accomplish anything so trump responded say now that the three basketball players are out of china and save from years in jail lahore ball the father of li angela was on accepting of what i did for his son in that shoplifting is no big deal i should have left them in jail we're all laughing our thoughts on the left is taking seriously good let them uh huh with srn news i'm rhonda rostrum a lawyer former national security advisor michael flynn as told president trump's legal team they're no longer communicating with them about special counsel robert bowlers investigation into russian election interference is assigned flynn could be leaning toward cooperating with muller's team republican leader of the virginia house of delegates wants to do away with chambers tradition of addressing lawmakers as gentle manner gentlewoman and instead if approved lawmakers would be referred to as delegate the move is in response to questions about how delegate elect denecker rome who's a socalled transgender would be addressed emerson managua etf's be sworn in it'd be sworn in friday as symboblic ways new leader mananga is a remarkable rise to power came as longtime leader robert mugabe fired him as vice president this is srn news hey gallagher here again for one of my all time and i mean all time favorite sponsors relief factor dot com i story simple i.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To cofounder mark zaka bucks fortune and making him the world's fourth richest bassam broad come see how is reportedly seeking to break a deal between qualcomm at nxp semiconductors according to the new york post citing two unidentified people close to the situation hocktan has told shareholders that broad combo sweeten its bad for qualcomm if it abandons its two seem to nxp none of the company's returned to the newspapers calls for comments osce atop stories you've also going to breaking line across the bloomberg i brought you ask some headlines from central venus seeing 40th adjusted 2017 eps expected 12 and a half pence well that full year adjusted eps is lower than the market consensus marcus for us with something to keep an eye on when markets opened for the latest a global news history but sander kill off a you'll starting in germany sandra yes good morning mike his own spd leader martin schulz who meets with the president today to discuss a potential coalition with ongoing michael bloomberg svein a book and reports while some of the spd say it's an opportunity to demand just about any political price from the weaken chancellor others remained deadset against the rerun that has pushed the party to its worst result since world war 2 also weakened marcos compass betting but the spd will cavein eventually because refusing a role in government and hoping for new elections could lead to even further losses for the party by an abu gin bloomberg daybreak europe berlin russia's president has unveiled plans for a syrian peace congress in a bid to end the sixyear civil war vladimir putin urged the syrian government and opposition to participate constructively marsh largescale military action against terrorist groups in syria is coming to an end we have managed to prevent the collapse of sharia and prevented for being captured by international terrorists and a wheelchair has appeared to put an end to a war which has lasted many years zimbabwe's new leader has vowed to create jobs on democracy after returning from exile to replace former president robert mugabe bloomberg's michael cohen reports from bug we incoming president emerson managua arrived back in the country from south african win that we took refuge ought to be quite as robert mugabe's dogged will uncover told thousands of supporters it's an won't be with us again you unfolding democracy take the armed forces puts into history to.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And yet the day big chain gets digging odd dig deep wow read off to the joy street celebrations marking the resignation of robert mugabe all 37 years is it too early to also difficult questions about the future of the country vanishing euphoria and those difficult questions you'll be hearing from julian in zimbabwe in the next half hour also on the way the verdict expected that the fake and just a a half an hour from now in the case against ratko mladic each former bosnian serb general accused of genocide we give him a survivor and journalist who covered those events hello i'm jerry smith with the bbc news a special international court for the former yugoslavia is due to deliver its final verdict in the case of ratko mladic the military commander of bosnian serb forces in the 1990s he has denied charges of genocide war crimes and crimes against humanity allen it'll reports he was the most commanding figure of the bosnian war between 1992 and 95 his forces carved out an ethnically pure serbian state by expelling hundreds of thousands of nonserbs in a campaign they themselves cold ethnic cleansing thousands of people were killed in the process his men also besieged the capital sarajevo where more than eleven thousand people were killed by bombardment and sniping at srebrenik tsa in eastern bosnia in the worst single atrocity of the war eight thousand moslem men and boys were killed people in zimbabwe are expecting emmerson mnangagwa to become the country's new president later after he fis back from south africa it's thoughts mr none gagua once president robert mugabe's righthand man could be sworn into office within hours of his arrival his mary harper emerson managua has certainly earned his nickname the crocodile over the decades he's been associated with intense violence from the war of independence in the '70s two ethnic massacres in matabeland in the 80s to a violent campaign following a disputed presidential election in two thousand eight mr montaguard has also suffered violence he was tortured so badly during the independence war that his hearing has been affected some of his detractors say he's more ruthless and feared than robert mugabe himself the lebanese prime minister sergey hariri is expected to clarify his position later today as he takes part in independence celebrations in beirut it's not clear whether he will withdraw his surprise resignation all reaffirm it mr hariri shocked the.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For the people at everyone has commuted is a happy day today independence as finally gap robert mugabe's former vice president emerson managua is expected to take over and one zimbabwean in exile says today is a good day you work on the new routes are good feeding for the people of zimbabwe that's musician thomas mapfumo actually he's one of africa's bestknown nations with which makes him arguably zimbabwe's best known artist when zimbabwe was still rhodesia the white minority regime imprison mapfumo without charges mapfumo supported fighters like robert mugabe during the war for liberation but after independence met fumo begin to mugabe for the authoritarian and he turned into and that became dangerous format fumo when he started to write songs about that mapfumo's lived in exile in oregon several years and has not been backed is in bob way since two thousand five i got thomas mapfumo's reaction to the news of mugabe's resignation earlier today i think the to pool to convict bic we she's a good teaching booed a few relieved so mugabe came into power as a liberation fighter he helped the country throw off the yoke of british colonialism he fortunate independent nation he hero for so many people for so long when did you start to see a less heroic side of robert mugabe the dissolve atvs oath blake crew and then i studied amid noticing the there was corruption within the government and does that made me to ride that swarm corruption sure it was not thinking let's on land the logo for those people who fed to do this government we need more tap review songs but a lot of people were very api that i am two two nations something that was happening within our country yet and this is a contrast because enduring the the struggle for liberation withdrew his rhodesia you supported mugabe he supported his fight what was mugabe's reaction when you came out with a song that basically called him out this could.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And we're the known one what we thought we were listening to was a sheet wearing a sign that says actually honorable it turns out he was a wolves in sheep's clothing wearing a sign that says actually need a wolf place a house slaves have come up and we're seeing the scaffolding on which so many of our professional lives have been built so after that live from npr news in washington on child snyder symboblic as rulings on op f party is asserting itself the party voted this morning to replace president robert mugabe as party leader with the country's fired vice president emerson managua mugabe had sacked monica were last week mugabe's still holds the presidency but the pressure to remove him from office is growing the bbc's andrew harding reports it's not clear though how that will happen there is the very keen desire to have the fruit of veneer of legality in all this and it's fascinating to see how people are trying to find the right words to explain what is already simply a fact mr mugabe being kicked out and the law and the political process as still to catch up with that so he could be through impeachment it could be that msrb bobby simply resigns or it could be a more longterm process solve popular pressure political pressure and eventually he simply becomes the relevant bbc's andrew harding in harare the ruling party mugabe once led has given him until noon tomorrow to resign the presidency or face impeachment the commander of us nuclear forces says he would refuse a presidential order to launch nuclear weapons if that water was determined to be illegal dan carpet chuck reports of comments were made during a panel discussion this weekend at the.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome to bbc trending with me kailembo this week it's the second in a special series from russia this time with tracing how opposition leader alexei novell has you social media coming from watching live djerma blogs about corruption trying to run for president we missing he supporters from teenage activist professional social media strategist and those may be onto his keen that's bbc trending coming off after the news bbc news with david austrian as imbaba his ruling zanupf ef gathers in harari the party's influential youth league has piled further pressure on president mugabe calling for the veteran leader to leave office after his wife grace to be thrown out of the party accusing mrs mugabe of unruly and counting behavior the youth league called for the reinstatement of the ousted vice president emerson managua in the past half hour motorcade has left president mugabe's blue roof mention where he's been detained since wednesday he thought to be on board heading for a meeting with army generals earlier leaders imbaba's powerful liberation war veterans movement christmas vonk were issued a blunt warning that the president would face mob violence if he failed to step down today there have been clashes between kenyan police and residents of the matthias uh in the capital nairobi after the discovery of the bodies of four people dumped in the street the area was the scene of violence during last month's disputed rerun of the presidential election chile when used choose a new president in elections today with eight candidates standing to replace michelle bachelet the frontrunner is thought to be the billionaire former president sebastian pinera the german chancellor angela merkel is making what's been described as an final push to form a new coalition government before a selfimposed deadline that's already been put back once germany's president has urged the three parties involved not to hand responsibility back to the voters by calling fresh elections the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is expected to undergo further police questioning today over two cases of alleged corruption he's been dogged by such allegations for years that has consistently denied any wrongdoing japan is to expand its military base in the tiny african nation of djibouti tokyo says this will help it carry out antipiracy operations in the seas off east africa bbc news mm hmm welcome to bbc trending on the world service i'm kate lambel last week i.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on KPCC

"Same day off the cloth that has seen zimbabwe's economy tumble this was the breadbasket of southern africa he's also seen as having been absolutely brooklyn the 80s in matabeland when there was a massacre so people shouldn't think of emerson managua who may come back and head an interim government as gina save you a simple symboblic certainly not kunio fabi i can you tell us if there have been any international efforts to mediate the situation the region southern african development community which is headed by south africa has immediately sent to ministers the defence minister and the state security minister to try and mediate so every body once a peaceful resolution to this the african union is not happy and says it seems like a coup but because people want peace in zimbabwe a critical country in the region they want to see what they can do diplomatically was telling the military you cannot stay that's npr's arabia quiz darting an indycar senegal arabia thank always a pleasure lease thank you so if in fact he is on his way out let's talk about the legacy of robert mugabe the ninety three year old is the only leader zimbabwe has ever had under british rule the country of course as rhodesia and to need people mugabe was hero for liberating the country but then he is also seen as a tyrant for crushing his opposition time and time again often with violence to talk about mugabe we are joined by munia moon achieve eight he says imbaba historian and associate professor at the college of the holy cross in worcester massachusetts he's with us on skype welcome to the show issued tell us about robert mugabe he was born near zimbabwe's capital harare he was a schoolteacher right and then he went to university in south africa tell us about how that time influenced him won't even it's really complicated to reflects or not whom mugabe eased when you're without our history.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Villain of this piece but let me just say it lease that emma some mananged that what is no street angel he is no savior he's cut from the same cloth the cloth that has seen zimbabwe's economy tumble this was the breadbasket of southern africa he's also seen as having been absolutely brooklyn the 80s in matabeland when there was a massacre so people shouldn't think of emerson managua who may come back and head an interim government as being a savior for symbolic way certainly not quickly over a beer can you tell us if there have been any international efforts to mediate the situation the region southern african development community which is headed by south africa has immediately sent to ministers the defence minister and the state security minister to try and mediate took everybody wants a peaceful resolution to this the african union is not happy and says it seems like a coup but because people want peace in zimbabwe a critical country in the region they want to see what they can do diplomatically whilst telling the military you cannot stay that's npr's arabia quiz dark and in dakar senegal arabia thanks always a pleasure lease thank you so if in fact he is on his way out let's talk about the legacy of robert mugabe the ninety three year old is the only leader zimbabwe has ever had under british rule the country of course was known as rhodesia and too many people mugabe was hero for liberating the country but then he is also seen as a tyrant for crushing his opposition time and time again often with violence to talk about mugabe we are joined by muneo moon achieve eight he says imbaba historian and associate professor at the college of the holy cross in worcester massachusetts he's with us on skype welcome to the show a huge tell us about robert mugabe he was born near zimbabwe's capital harare he was a schoolteacher right and then he went to university in south africa tell us about how that time influenced him yes i think it's really complicated to.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The figure who emerges to lead zimbabwean this moment depending on whose tweet you read that the deafening as zanu pf ponti is now saying that and misin bagwell who by the way when he went into exile after being ousted by the president said that he would come back to lead zimbabwe we've been told over the years old decades that the army would only accept a form of veteran to succeed president mugabe when the time came now the army general yhombi kamanda said on tuesday that if this infighting and political turmoil did not end that the military might intervene and that is exactly what happened but all this is uncharted waters it's unknown territory to'sign bob we we know no that they are armored vehicles and the military have been patrolling the streets but what happens next is a question uh also with being told that emerson managua the ousted vicepresident will return to be the interim leader for the party and then what next it is pretty extraordinary though if this is a coup mugabe has been ousted from power i mean when you think about that word kuwait usually is accompanied by scenes of violence and conflict that's not happening now and this is why the army says it has been bloodless as i said crews are now old fashioned nobody wants to his a a hear about coups in africa but the army has gained to have to trade gently and is dogged after treads gingerly because now the region may say knows it is unconstitutional although officially it is being called a constitutional change of power and not akhoon we'll have to just wait and see rachel and fears of libya quickstart in on the line from her base in the car senegal talking about the perceived crew of robert mugabe in zimbabwe thanks so much of area always a pleasure thank you rachel.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on KQED Radio

"His wife are in custody and are safe we are beggared in criminals are all community crying dot causing social and economic suffering in the concrete in wiped bringing them to justice south africa's president just released a statement saying the he has spoken with robert mugabe and that mugabe told him he's quote fine the confined to his home so is this a coup the military said no but sure looks like it was called up npr's affair the acquisced arctic is robert mugabe still in power in zimbabwe or not rachel very clearly not so uh uh the army is softpedalling and play this this down this is a coup in everything but name but coups a tabun now in africa the african union does not accept them the regional southern african development community does not accept them so the minute tree wants to say we are in charge but this has been bloodless and this is not a coup itit's remind us what's the political backdrop to two of this i mean president mugabe has his fair share of detractors tucher tension has been building especially over the last week lost week monday president mugabe sacked one of his vice president who is a war veteran and independence war veteran emerson managua and said that this fall disrespect and disloyalty and behind all this the in thai nation sees the first lady grace mugabe who is deeply politically ambitious who is also political within the governor zanu pf party which factionalised than the infighting within the party over who will succeed robert mugabe is what has caused all this trouble emmerson mnangagwa fell foul grace mugabe because she wanted to shout most people say that's because she wants to be appointed vice president to her husband clearly she overstepped to reach and look what happened the army has moved in for the first time might i add so what does this mean i mean who is figure who emerges to lead zimbabwean this depending on whose tweets you read that the deafening as party is now saying that emerson manama while who by the way when he went into exile after being ousted by the president said that he would come back to lead zimbabwe we've been talking about over the years over decades that the army would only accept a form of veteran to succeed president mugabe when the time came now the army general the.

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"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"emerson managua" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Safe we wanted packaging criminals around him or call midteen crying dot causing social and economic suffering in the concrete in order to bring them to justice south africa's present meanwhile just released a statement saying the he has spoken with robert mugabe and that mugabe told him he's quote fine the confined to his home so is this a coup the military says no but it sure looks like it with called up npr's afaid the acquisced arctic is robert mugabe's still in power in zimbabwe or not rachel very clearly not so although the army is softpedalling and playing this down this is a coup in everything but name but coups a tabun now in africa the african union does not accept them the regional southern african development community does not accept them so the minute tree wants to say we are in charge but this has been bloodless and this is not a coup itit's remind us what's the political backdrop to to all of this i mean president mugabe has his fair share of detractors to be sure tension has been building especially over the last week last week monday president mugabe sacked one of his vice president who is a war veteran and independence war veteran emerson managua and said that this was four disrespect and disloyalty and behind all this the entire nation sees the first lady grace mugabe who is deeply politically ambitious who is also political then the governing zanupf party which is now factionalised than the infighting within the party over who will succeed robert mugabe is what has caused all this trouble anisa managua fell foul of grace mugabe because she wanted him out most people say that's because she wants to be appointed vice president to her husband clearly she overstepped to reach look what's happened the army has moved in that first i am might i add so what does this mean i mean who is the philip who emerges to lead zimbabwe inefficient depending on whose tweets you read that the deafening as npf party is now saying that emerson managua who by the way when he went into exile after being ousted by the president said that he would come back to leeds in bob way we've been told over the years over decades.

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