Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education Stanislaus Mudenge of Zimbabwe

Mudenge was nominated by ZANU-PF as its candidate for the House of Assembly seat from Masvingo North constituency in the March 2008 parliamentary election.
But in his last interview with The Standard, on Wednesday 27 February, Mudenge said they.
An EU official told reporters that Mudenge had accused Britain of being excessively harsh on his country.
An EU official, who asked not to be identified, said Mudenge was defiant during the meeting, making a 50-minute speech in which he accused Britain, Zimbabwe's former colonial power, of enrolling its European partners in an anti-Zimbabwe campaign.
postponing an election will not make them remaining in power illegally.
Mudenge is a professional historian focusing on African history in general but with specialty on the pre-colonial Zimbabwean history.
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As Zimbabwes foreign minister since 1995 and president of the OAU last year, Mudenge has worked closely with President Mandela of South Africa and other African leaders in building a new African community.
for dialogue with the EU "as it does not arise.