Here’s a lesson for Mugabe acolytes: His education reforms are a myth

The best that can be said about Mugabe's contribution to school education was that he did not destroy it

12.9.2019

The best that can be said about Mugabe's contribution to school education was that he did not destroy it

South Africans struggle with holding two thoughts in our heads at the same time – that a liberation hero could also be a murderous tyrant.

Robert Mugabe’s acolytes might trumpet his “contributions” to Zimbabwe, but the best that can be said about his contribution to school education was that he did not destroy it. Read more: Times LIVE

What next for the Mugabe kids?Robert Mugabe may be gone but his children will carry the name, good or bad, in their chosen paths which feature showbiz, farming and mining, for years to come.

Mugabe: death of a liberation 'icon' who crushed his foes as Zim unravelledRobert Mugabe was one of the most polarising figures in his continent's history, writes MacDonald Dzirutwe.

DAVID PILLING: Robert Mugabe and the tragedy of liberation movementsA young population wants competent and honest government, not the tired ideology of old soldiers

HANS PIENAAR: ANC not yet close to understanding the damage Robert Mugabe did to SAPresidents past and present let themselves be guided on African affairs by the Zimbabwean tyrant

WATCH: Crowd gathers at Harare airport as they wait for Robert Mugabe body | IOL NewsThe body of Zimbabwe's longtime ruler Robert Mugabe is being flown to the capital, Harare, on Wednesday.

WATCH: Remains of Mugabe arrive in HarareRobert Mugabe's body will lie in state on Thursday and Friday to allow the public to pay their last respects.



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