|South Africa Leader Rebukes Zimbabwe Mugabe|
|by Tom McGregor||Sat, Apr 2, 2011, 06:58 PM|
President Jacob Zuma of
The Times of South Africa reports that, “an angry Mugabe on Friday accused Zuma and other Southern African Development Community (SADC) leaders of trying to interfere in
Mugabe told a Zanu-PF central committee meeting in
Mugabe added, “the (opposition) MDC thinks SADC or the African Union can prescribe to us how run our things.”
According to the Times, “the 87-year-old’s address came after SADC leaders issued the strongest statement to date on Mugabe’s 31-year rule, calling for an end to ‘violence, arrests and intimidation.’ During the SADC summit in
The summit was held a few days after Zuma took part in a private meeting with Tsvangirai at his Nkandia,KwaZuluNatal home.