Robert Mugabe has just bolstered his powerbase in Zimbabwe by unilaterally reappointing his military chiefs of staff despite promising otherwise. In doing this he has ignored the power-sharing agreement with his political rival Morgan Tsvangirai. But as his health fails is it the 88 year-old president or the military which exerts power?

ZIMBABWE’S President Robert Mugabe is a survivor. He celebrated his 88th birthday in February, 2012, after 31 years in power and has demonstrated again his firm grip by outfoxing his power-sharing rivals.

Chances to reform the country by changing the security power base and clearing out the country’s chiefs of staff were missed in February...

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 Teresa Nogueira Pinto
Chances to reform the country by changing the security power base and clearing out the country’s chiefs of staff were missed in February 2012
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