Fresh from a controversial election win, Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe is now the focus of an off-Broadway play in New York that delves into the mind of one of the world's most vilified leaders.
Robert Mugabe is sworn in as president in August in Harare. The Zimbabwean leader is the focus of an play in New York called: "Breakfast with Mugabe".
The 89-year-old Mugabe, in power for 33 years, is regarded by critics as an iron-fisted oppressor who has rigged multiple elections and driven his once-prosperous nation into the ground.
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