HARARE, Zimbabwe - When will all this end? It's a common refrain in Zimbabwe. "Only when the old man goes," said Tinaye Garande, a street vendor.
Zimbabwe on Sunday marks 30 years of the rule of President Robert Mugabe, swept to power during the country's heady and optimistic independence in 1980. Three decades later, the country — once an agricultural powerhouse and educational beacon — is mired in a continuing political stalemate and an impoverished, stagnant economy.
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