Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe says he has nothing to do with the west. Speaking on his arrival for the 33rd SADC heads of state and government summit president Mugabe said the west would want to think and make decisions for Africans. Mugabe who has just won the recent elections that was declared free and fair by most African observers said he will also go for Africans decisions and not from the west. The west want to think for us and make decisions and even direct us on the way to go. According to Mugabe the decisions that the west make are of their own interest. In this particular case it is Robert Mugabe they don’t like, but Robert Mugabe happens to be a Zimbabwean, an African and also a friend of Malawi. Mugabe said that he has nothing to do with the British and Americans because we make our decisions as African people. Mugabe who was wearing a dark blue suit and his usual sun glass looked composed when he was being asked questions from journalists. South African president Jacob Zuma on his arrival said as South African government was appointed as an overseer to monitor elections in Zimbabwe he thinks the elections were free and fair and the monitoring team is ready to present the report to the meeting.