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Bankrupt Zimbabwe Just Paid $64 Million In Reparations To White Farmers

AFRICANGLOBE - Compensation payments have been made to white farmers in Zimbabwe who lost their farms in a land reclamation policy under the erstwhile Robert Mugabe – led government. Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube is quoted by the state-owned Herald newspaper as saying 93 farmers had so far benefited to the tune of $64 million.

Bankrupt Zimbabwe Will Begin Paying Reparations To White Farmers

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe is to start paying compensation this year to thousands of white farmers who lost land under former president Robert Mugabe’s land reform nearly two decades ago, the government said. Colonialists seized some of the best agricultural land and much of it remained in the hands of white farmers after independence in 1980, while many native Africans were landless.

Donald Trump Extend Sanctions On Zimbabwe

AFRICANGLOBE - The Zimbabwean government has described the extension of sanctions on Zimbabwe by the United States of America as a travesty of justice saying Zimbabwe has embarked on a path of rapprochement and expected a reciprocal gesture from Washington.

5 Things President Mugabe Got Right

AFRICANGLOBE - In the aftermath of his 95th birthday, we ask: what were the things that former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe got right?

Are Zimbabweans Missing The Mugabe Years?

AFRICANGLOBE - While it's unlikely that many Zimbabweans yearn for former ruler Robert Mugabe's return, the occasion of his 95th birthday on Thursday has led some to see him in a softer more nostalgic light.

EU Threatens Zimbabwe With More Sanctions, Govt Unfazed

AFRICANGLOBE - The Zimbabwean government yesterday said it was not worried by the threat from the European Union (EU) Parliament to tighten sanctions against the President Emmerson Mnangagwa-led administration, insisting that they will stick with their all-weather friends, China and Russia.

South Africa Wants Illegal Sanctions Against Zimbabwe Lifted

AFRICANGLOBE - South African President Cyril Ramaphosa says lifting illegal sanctions against Zimbabwe is the best way for the world to ease the crisis gripping the country.

Zimbabwe Unfazed By Britain’s Hostile Agenda

AFRICANGLOBE - The Zimbabwean government will continue to double down on its re-engagement policy notwithstanding the negative attempts by some British legislators to continue isolating Zimbabwe, a senior Government official has said.

HEART-BREAKING: Robert Mugabe’s Letter To Black People – You Will Appreciate...

AFRICANGLOBE - My days on this earth are numbered, but I know that once I am gone, you and your children will never forget about me. I want you to understand that the reason I have stayed long in power, 36 years on, is because I want to empower all of you my fellow Black Zimbabweans. No other president in the entire continent of Africa has done what I have done for you.

Uganda, Zimbabwe, Eritrea Are Cool Places To Visit In 2019

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe, Eritrea, Uganda and South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province are the African destinations named in National Geographic Traveler’s ‘Cool list’ for 2019.

Zimbabwe Begins Construction Of New Parliament

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Friday laid the foundation stone for a huge new parliament. The building which is to be located on farmland north-west of the capital, Harare, will have a total floor area of 33,000 square metres.

A Year After: Are Some Zimbabweans Regretting The Removal Of Mugabe?

AFRICANGLOBE - Zimbabwean businessman Munya Chihota's face lights up when he recalls taking part in a march last year with tens of thousands of people calling for then-president Robert Mugabe to step down. 

New Zimbabwean Govt Wants To Compensate White Farmers

AFRICANGLOBE - The Zimbabwean government has set aside US$53 million towards compensation of former white farmers affected during the Land Reform Programme, Finance Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube has said.

‘Go And Hang On A Banana Tree’ Zimbabwe Tells American Critics

AFRICANGLOBE - U.S. critics of Zimbabwe‘s human rights record “can go and hang on a banana tree,” a Zimbabwean official said in comments published Tuesday, while he also indicated that the southern African country is watching the administration of President Donald Trump. On Monday, the U.S. Embassy expressed deep concern about what it called the “continuing deterioration” of human rights in Zimbabwe.

A Last Gift To White Supremacy: Obama Extends Sanctions On President...

AFRICANGLOBE - As a parting gift to white supremacy, outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama put beyond any doubt his abhorrence for President Robert Mugabe's government last Friday when his outgoing administration extended its sanctions against Zimbabwe by another year. Zimbabwe's foreign-funded opposition welcomed the development but a Zanu PF minister scorned the move, describing it as inconsequential from an Obama government nearing its end.

Remembering The Chimoio Attack, A Rhodesian Atrocity

AFRICANGLOBE - ON November 23 1977, the Rhodesia racist regime of Ian Douglas Smith attacked the Zanla military headquarters in Mozambique called Chimoio in a big air force operation they codenamed “Dingo”. Zanla themselves revenged that attack some months later by attacking Grand Reef Airbase outside Mutare, bombing the city of Mutare itself and hitting fire forces in the Mutoko area.
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