For Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe, one size does not fit all.
A senior staffer at the University of Zimbabwe has been suspended for allegedly procuring academic caps for Mugabe that were too small for his head, according to court papers filed this week.
A mortarboard that was offered to the longtime leader at a graduation ceremony last year was rejected as too small, the papers said. But Mugabe wore that same mortarboard without any problems at an Oct. 2 ceremony after the cap bought for this year was also rejected as tiny, they said.
Mugabe appeared at the ceremonies in his role as chancellor of Zimbabwe's dozen-plus state universities.