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President Jacob Zuma’s home in KwaNxamalala in Nkandla. The homestead has undergone an extensive revamp, which reportedly cost the taxpayer R203 million. Picture: Gallo
President Jacob Zuma’s home in KwaNxamalala in Nkandla. The homestead has undergone an extensive revamp, which reportedly cost the taxpayer R203 million. Picture: Gallo

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe seemed to be on steroids yesterday when he opened Zanu-PF’s national conference in Harare.

He lashed out at what he called a culture of “indiscipline, disrespect, contempt and arrogance” among party members, and sternly told them that “there are rules to be obeyed”.

The 92-year-old Mugabe, who plans to stand for another five-year term in 2018, also lambasted those who said he had overstayed his welcome.

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