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Title   The Mugabe regime - tyranny about to end?
Author Coltart, David; MDC
Edition PDF
Published Bulawayo
Year 2003-11-18
Pages 6
Abstract South African president Mbeki reassured President Bush on his visit to Africa in July 2003, 'quiet diplomacy' towards Zimbabwe is working. Has it? MDC MP for Bulawayo David Coltart disagrees and sums up developments since that date. He makes a plea for the international community to act urgently and dicisively.

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