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Mnangagwa is keen to woo support in his election bid next month as well as attract assistance from the rich West that has never hidden its desires to see conservative but economically dependent Africa accept gay rights among fundamental citizen freedoms.
Samba commended the State leader for his overtures towards those perceived to be Zanu PF's sworn enemies.
and also the use of state machinery to clamp down on LGBTI activities in our communities." The meeting could signal a surprise departure from the ruling party's tough stance towards gays when the country was still under former President Robert Mugabe who once described gays as worse than pigs and dogs.
Under Mugabe, gays and lesbians endured some harassment by State security coupled with continued ridicule.
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