Southern African states want US, EU and UK sanctions against Zimbabwe lifted

Heads of state from member countries of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) are looking to rescue Zimbabwe from sanctions during their weekend meeting in Tanzania. The SADC heads of state have earlier expressed their political commitment to liberate Zimbabwe from economic sanctions imposed by Britain, the European Union and the United States. Sanctions were imposed on this African nation 18 years ago as a protest over violation of human rights, suppression of the media freedom and the undermining of the democratic process under the former President Robert Mugabe. Tanzanian Foreign Minister Prof.
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