How Much Money Does Robert Mugabe Make?

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  Robert Mugabe earns $18,000 per year*

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$18,000 a year for Robert Mugabe it means $1,500 per month, $375 per week or $75.00 per day! The present President of Zimbabwe was elected to power as head of the government way back in 1980, then as Prime Minister. He became the first executive head of state in 1987. Robert Gabriel Mugabe was born on the 21st of February 1924.

In the early 1960s Mugabe was the Secretary General of the Zimbabwe African National Union. It was during this period that there was a conflict against the government of Ian Smith. The issue was over a white minority rule.

From 1964 to 1974, Mugabe was a political prisoner in Rhodesia. As he was released somewhere in 1975 he left Rhodesia and headed for Mozambique. There he re-activated the Zimbabwe Liberation Struggle.

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Robert Mugabe is the current President of Zimbabwe. However there is a power sharing agreement with Morgan Tsvangirai who is the present Prime Minister.

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