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Mugabe who turned 93 years on 21 February held his celebrations in an area that was affected by the 1980s Gukurahundi atrocities, where more than 20,000 civilians were killed by the North Korean Fifth Brigade The government has endured other crises, rejecting decades of opposition and Western allegations about human rights violations, voting irregularities and economic mismanagement.

Mugabe, who turned 93 on Tuesday, has also been serenaded at a palace cake-cutting by singers who wished him 'many more' birthdays.

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The MI5 agent also quizzed Mr Chapman, 30, about Mr Sharpe’s close relationship with Ms Chapman’s father, Vasily Kushchenko, a high-ranking Russian diplomat who was accused last week of involvement with his country’s secret services, formerly known as the KGB.

Mr Chapman claims that his wife and Mr Sharpe, who is understood to be linked to tyrant Robert Mugabe’s regime, set up Southern Union, which has charitable status, to enable Zimbabwean expats to send money home at competitive exchange rates.

In a speech, Mr Mugabe described his life as a 'long, long journey,' saying it was difficult to predict how long it would last.'The decision that you continue to live and to enjoy life is that of the one personality we all call the almighty God,' he said.

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Mr Chapman revealed yesterday that an MI5 agent who called herself ‘Clare’ spent much of a five-hour interrogation last week asking him about his ex-wife’s relationship with Russian-speaking Mr Sharpe.

During her time with the company, Southern Union, 28-year-old Ms Chapman moved millions of pounds between Zimbabwe and the UK, raising questions over whether the cash may have been laundered for the purposes of espionage.

News outlets from across Africa have reported how local holy man Prophet Sham Hungwe, of House of Grace International Church, has been working out of Machipisa Shopping Centre selling ‘holy’ ballpoints which, he claims, will take students down the road to success during exam season.

Despite actually only costing 15 cents (10p) each, South African radio station, News4Zim, reported how Hungwe has been selling the ballpoints for between

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Mr Chapman revealed yesterday that an MI5 agent who called herself ‘Clare’ spent much of a five-hour interrogation last week asking him about his ex-wife’s relationship with Russian-speaking Mr Sharpe.

During her time with the company, Southern Union, 28-year-old Ms Chapman moved millions of pounds between Zimbabwe and the UK, raising questions over whether the cash may have been laundered for the purposes of espionage.

News outlets from across Africa have reported how local holy man Prophet Sham Hungwe, of House of Grace International Church, has been working out of Machipisa Shopping Centre selling ‘holy’ ballpoints which, he claims, will take students down the road to success during exam season.

Despite actually only costing 15 cents (10p) each, South African radio station, News4Zim, reported how Hungwe has been selling the ballpoints for between $1 to $20 (65p to £13) each, telling parents and students: “It is anointed and I declare passes when your children sit for exams.” Said to have sold hundreds so far, one parent reportedly parted with more than $10 (£6.50) for one of the pens after Hungwe told crowds the more faith placed in God, and the more money parted with, the more chance guaranteed for success.

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Botswana pula, Euro, Indian Rupees, Pound sterling, Australian Dollars.Mr Chapman revealed yesterday that an MI5 agent who called herself ‘Clare’ spent much of a five-hour interrogation last week asking him about his ex-wife’s relationship with Russian-speaking Mr Sharpe.During her time with the company, Southern Union, 28-year-old Ms Chapman moved millions of pounds between Zimbabwe and the UK, raising questions over whether the cash may have been laundered for the purposes of espionage.News outlets from across Africa have reported how local holy man Prophet Sham Hungwe, of House of Grace International Church, has been working out of Machipisa Shopping Centre selling ‘holy’ ballpoints which, he claims, will take students down the road to success during exam season.Despite actually only costing 15 cents (10p) each, South African radio station, News4Zim, reported how Hungwe has been selling the ballpoints for between $1 to $20 (65p to £13) each, telling parents and students: “It is anointed and I declare passes when your children sit for exams.” Said to have sold hundreds so far, one parent reportedly parted with more than $10 (£6.50) for one of the pens after Hungwe told crowds the more faith placed in God, and the more money parted with, the more chance guaranteed for success.

to (65p to £13) each, telling parents and students: “It is anointed and I declare passes when your children sit for exams.” Said to have sold hundreds so far, one parent reportedly parted with more than (£6.50) for one of the pens after Hungwe told crowds the more faith placed in God, and the more money parted with, the more chance guaranteed for success.

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