Words you will hear today: Stubborn as a mule-gabe

The situation in Zimbabwe is still unclear with an apparent stalemate in negotiations with President Robert Mugabe and the defence force that took control earlier this week.

The 93-year-old leader appears to be refusing to step down.

Khabazela (Jonthan Fairbairn) shares the latest addition to his dictionary.

Stubborn as a mule-gabe.

Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer

It is when somebody overstays their welcome and refuses to go.

Jonathan Fairbairn, 702 producer

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