Mugabe speaks out against white capital in SA and Zim

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Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and South Africa's President Jacob Zuma during a state visit two years ago in South Africa. (Pic: File, Gallo Images)
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and South Africa's President Jacob Zuma during a state visit two years ago in South Africa. (Pic: File, Gallo Images)

Harare – Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe - who said on Friday he is opposed to white farmers returning to commercial land in the country - wants President Jacob Zuma's ruling ANC to deal with white capital that still controls farms and industries in South Africa.

Mugabe has also been asked by his Zanu PF party to reverse the sale of Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe by the British listed lender to Malawi's First Merchant Bank.

READ: Zanu PF wants Mugabe to reverse sale of Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe

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