U.S President Trump Tightens Screws on Zimbabwe
U.S. sanctions which were set to expire this month have been extended for another year by President Donald Trump who said that the country had not yet transformed since the ouster of former president Robert Mugabe. Meanwhile, President Emmerson Mnangagwa promised to repair ties with the West, repay foreign debt, compensate white farmers and open the resource-rich country to overseas investors.
Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Donald Trump (file photo).
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The Herald, 3 March 2018
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The Herald, 17 February 2018
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