9 Mugabe pictures that tell more than 1000 words

President Robert Mugabe, the oldest leader at 93, has become a subject of interest, with those that have the long lenses keen to capture what it looks and feels like to be a 93 year old leading a country of over 14 million people.

More interesting is that Mugabe intends to stand again for another election next year, at 94.

Apart from the interest in his advanced age, there is also attention to the allegations that his wife, Grace, is literally running the country.

We give you pictures of Mugabe that tell more than just a thousand words about the leader who has become a subject of so much interest in many ways.

President Robert Mugabe addressing a rally. Getty Images
President Robert Mugabe addressing a rally. Getty Images
President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace attend a rally CREDIT- REUTERS
President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace attend a rally CREDIT- REUTERS
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace (R) attend the inaugural mass of Pope Francis at the Vatican, March 19, 2013. Pope Francis celebrates his inaugural mass on Tuesday among political and religious leaders from around the world and amid a wave of hope for a renewal of the scandal-plagued Roman Catholic Church.                   REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (VATICAN  - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace (R) attend the inaugural mass of Pope Francis at the Vatican, March 19, 2013. Pope Francis celebrates his inaugural mass on Tuesday among political and religious leaders from around the world and amid a wave of hope for a renewal of the scandal-plagued Roman Catholic Church. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (VATICAN – Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace attend a rally to mark the country's 37th independence anniversary in Harare, Zimbabwe, April 18, 2017. /REUTERS
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace attend a rally to mark the country’s 37th independence anniversary in Harare, Zimbabwe, April 18, 2017. /REUTERS
In the run up to the 2013 elections, President Robert Mugabe and wife came all dressed in apostles garments, no shoes as per church custom. Grace Mugabe was sitting on the floor among the apostles, while Mugabe was offered a seat.
In the run up to the 2013 elections, President Robert Mugabe and wife came all dressed in apostles garments, no shoes as per church custom. Grace Mugabe was sitting on the floor among the apostles, while Mugabe was offered a seat.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe eats some cake at his 92nd birthday celebration in Masvingo, Zimbabwe, on February 27. PHILIMON BULAWAYO/REUTERS
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe eats some cake at his 92nd birthday celebration in Masvingo, Zimbabwe, on February 27.
PHILIMON BULAWAYO/REUTERS
What could he be saying? Swaziland King Mswati chats with President Mugabe during Swaziland's Reed dance where  unmarried and childless Swazi girls and women travel from the various chiefdoms to the Ludzidzini Royal Village to participate in the eight-day event.
What could he be saying? Swaziland King Mswati chats with President Mugabe during Swaziland’s Reed dance where unmarried and childless Swazi girls and women travel from the various chiefdoms to the Ludzidzini Royal Village to participate in the eight-day event.
President Robert Mugabe sits with his wife, Grace PHOTO- AP
President Robert Mugabe sits with his wife, Grace PHOTO- AP
President Robert Mugabe and wife Grace  at a rally.
President Robert Mugabe and wife Grace at a rally.
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23 Comments

  1. Ha ha. This is just too hilarious if it wasn’t tragic. The man is literally bones and skin. People, let us have tsitsi shuwa. Really?

  2. MUTUMWA WA MWARI

    1. Mwari waani???? kwana iwe

  3. KKKKK ummm ndanyarara hangu

  4. We have seen the pictures. so what.

    1. chimikuyu zveshuwa. Asi hauna maziso here Cde?

  5. Remove him.

  6. Biltong skin kkkk sokuyangisa lokhu

  7. Jongwe Rachembera

    Kamuzu

  8. And he is a candidate for 2018 to contest a new term? That can’t be true.

  9. Tongai Gushing!!!!!!

  10. the first grace is abusing this man to hold on power to safe gard her thugery personal gains

  11. uuummm terrible guys.

    1. what is there to respect you probably are one these thugs and murderers go to hell

  12. I respect hm he worked hard

  13. There is really no story to talk about

  14. how can a politician be called successful when the people he rules are too weak to resist him.

  15. there is something terribly wrong here something we innocent and ordinary citizens don’t know of and will remain in darkness about…surely at 94 years old muchembere mutana wotoonekwa uchisunga tie polish shoes and go to work like really now??? this dude is too old to hold a teaspoon all by himself let alone be in a government office making decisions for a country of 14 million people plus… this is absurd strange and sheer madness…gushungo please fuck off nehurumende yako full of thieves and murderers let young blood take over people with vision fresh ideas and nation building skills at heart….

  16. Vil Avril WaMavhundu

    he is a prisoner of Grace and G40.He has to pay the ransom by relinguishing power to them.Thats all the want.

  17. ngateerere anzwe zvinoita kutonga,kkkkkkkkkk.chimurenga choir iripi?

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