Robert Mugabe has been ruling Zimbabwe for a really long time — since 1980.
Under Mugabe's rule, the country's economy has tanked, most notably in 2008, and people are wary of it happening again now.
"We didn't have food, we didn't have anything. So, we can't let it happen. That is why we're here, not for power," a protester told CCTV Africa.
Mugabe has blamed Western sanctions for economic problems — like high unemployment and a weak currency.
While anti-Mugabe protests have been held on and off in the country over the years, they have been ramping up recently.
And recent demonstrations have gotten violent as police met crowds with tear gas and arrested some of the protesters.
The United Nations is on board with the judges, though, urging the country's government to respect peaceful protests.
So what would it take for Mugabe to resign? According to him — death is pretty much the only thing.