UK sanctions on Zimbabwe

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    President Mnangagwa confronts US, UK over sanctions

    PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday said he used his United Kingdom (UK) visit to mount a diplomatic offensive aimed at strengthening the re-engagement drive while calling for the removal of sanctions. He returned home on Thursday from his successful trip to the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) which was held in Glasgow, Scotland, where he met other global leaders to tackle…

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    The ruinous effects of US sanctions on Zimbabwe

    By Innocent Netanyahu IN 2003, the United States and the EU instituted targeted sanctions against Zimbabwe in response to President Mugabe’s redistribution of farmland from white farmers to Zimbabweans.  Up to 1980, when Zimbabwe consolidated its independence, 5,700 white farmers owned more than half of the most arable land, whereas Afrikans were consigned to unproductive land in the drier, drought-prone…

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    Come let us reason together on sanctions, Ambassador pleads with UK, EU

    Zimbabwe’s Ambassador to Nigeria, Maxwell Ranga has told journalists in Lagos that it was time to remove the sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe 20 years ago by the Western world. The Zimbabwe Voice gives the excerpts of the speech by Ambassador Ranga below: Your Excellency, for many years now, your country, Zimbabwe, has been under sanctions from the European Union and…

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