Zimbabwe: One less Crocodile

From Hamish In Auckland Sun Jan 20 2013, 04:19:00

Voice of America reports

Mugabe Deputy John Nkomo Dies of Cancer

Zimbabwean Vice President John Nkomo died on Thursday after treatment for cancer in South Africa, President Robert Mugabe said, removing a potential successor to the aging leader who has his own health problems.

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