Citizen of Africa: Conversations with Morgan Tsvangirai
The leader of Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change has been demonised as a man who wants to deliever his country into neo-colonial vassalage by President Robert Mugabe. In and out of prison(under white Rhodesian and Marxist Mugabe regimes) Tsvangirai is seen by many inside and outside Africa as the one man who can save Zimbabwe from collapse and chaos. What are his ideas and programs? Dr Stephen Chan, a respected African researcher with many Zimbabwe connections,discusses the man and the country in this monograph.
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