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Robert Mugabe told to emulate South Africa’s Jacob Zum


Southern African Development Community (SADC) chairman, South African President Jacob Zuma (L), hugging Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on June 20, 2009 in Johannesburg. Photo: AFP

Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe has been asked by political analysts to dump his politics of entitlement and egotism and emulate other former statesmen who believe in change with continuity, local online website, the Herald reports.

According to the analysts, Mugabe should follow the example of Jacob Zuma who over the weekend volunteered to campaign for ANC ahead of the 2019 presidential poll.

Zuma resigned as South Africa’s president in the face of a no-confidence vote supported by his own party.

The 75-year-old ruled the country from 2009 until his removal from office earlier this year. He was due to complete his second term in 2019.

Mugabe was as well forced to quit last year when military took over, paving way for Emmerson Mnangagwa.

Mugabe is being accused of backing the National Patriotic Front (NPF) – led by former cabinet minister and ally Ambrose Mutinhiri.

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