3rd March 2014
Robert Mugabe defends Ugandan anti-gay law by saying: It’s a ‘human right’ for men to marry women 34
12:31 PM — Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has thrown his weight behind Uganda's anti-gay legislation by saying it’s a “human right” for men to marry women.
23rd August 2013
President Mugabe uses inauguration speech to say: ‘Homosexuality a filthy, filthy disease’ 60
10:40 AM — Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has launched an attack on the West and Zimbabwe's LGBT community.
31st July 2013
Africa’s most outspoken homophobe seeks re-election for the seventh time 10
3:31 PM — Zimbabwe‘s President Robert Mugabe, arguably Africa’s most outspoken opponent on gay rights, is seeking re-election for the seventh time and human rights groups warn the contest is being rigged.
29th July 2013
President Mugabe: ‘Never, never, never will we support homosexuality in Zimbabwe’ 36
11:18 AM — President Robert Mugabe has denounced Archbishop Desmond Tutu for speaking in support of LGBT rights and says his country will "Never, never, never" support homosexuality.
26th July 2013
President Robert Mugabe: We should ‘chop off’ gay men’s heads 96
11:28 AM — President Robert Mugabe has reportedly urged for the heads of gay men to be chopped off and now says gay people are worse than "pigs, goats and birds”.
23rd July 2013
President Mugabe attacks Obama for tying aid for Africa and the decriminalisation of homosexuality 46
5:14 PM — Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has criticised US President Barack Obama for tying aid for African countries to the decriminalisation of homosexuality.
25th March 2013
EU eases restrictions on Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s government 9
3:26 PM — Despite its reputation for violating human and LGBT rights, the EU has suspended the majority of its sanctions against Zimbabwe’s government.
20th March 2013
Pope Francis criticised for greeting Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe 39
2:13 PM — Pope Francis has been criticised by human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell for meeting with President Robert Mugabe.