I don't want to see a white face, Mugabe

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe told a crowd of media and spectators on Thursday while visiting Hector Pietersen Memorial in Soweto, "I don't want to see a white face".

The Zimbabwean leader was in South Africa on a state visit.

An SABC reporter described the incident as Mugabe exited the museum, he walked past a television journalist who asked whether the tour had evoked any emotion.

When Mugabe saw a white journalist behind her, he pushed the microphone away and reportedly said: "I don't want to see a white face."

Mugabe's comment can be heard in the video below …

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