Thursday, August 16, 2007

Zimbabwe Ruins


Toledoans witness Zimbabwe turmoil

By David Steffen
Toledo Free Press Staff Writer

At age 20, Sylvania couple Allan and Anne Marillier saw their native country disappear from the African map.

In 1980, the former British colony of Rhodesia became Zimbabwe and for the first time, a white was not elected president. Robert Mugabe took power as president of the newly formed, independent Zimbabwe. Twenty-seven years later, he is still in office.

“It was a self-fulfilling prophecy because the country was named after the Zimbabwe Ruins ... like it is now,” Allan Marillier said...

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Toledoans witness Zimbabwe turmoil
It was bittersweet to see such honesty in the Toledo Free Press about South Africa and Zimbabwe (Rhodesia). I'm glad to have traveled throughout South Africa, Swaziland and South Africa.
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