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Africa’s current longest serving leaders

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After Gambia's Yahya Jammeh, Angola's José Eduardo dos Santos and Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe left office in 2017 Africa's list of longest rulers is getting shorter. *Sassou Nguesso first led Congo Republic from 1979 to 1992 and then returned to office in 1997 to date. In total, 33 years.

Last updated: 2 years ago

Data: CIA World Factbook, South Africa History Online

Last updated: 2 years ago  |  Data: CIA World Factbook, South Africa History Online