Definition of Zimbabwe African National Union in English:

Zimbabwe African National Union

Syllabification: Zim·bab·we Af·ri·can Na·tion·al Un·ion
(abbreviation: ZANU or ZANU–PF)
A Zimbabwean political party formed in 1963 as a guerrilla organization and led from 1975 by Robert Mugabe.

The Patriotic Front, an alliance of ZANU and ZAPU formed in 1976 to coordinate opposition to white rule, ruled Zimbabwe as a coalition until a rift developed in 1982. In 1987, the parties agreed formally to merge, adopting the name ZANU-PF in 1989

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