End Sanctions — Act of War — on Zimbabwe

By Stephanie Hedgecoke published on Workers World, November 2, 2019 October 25 was declared “A Day of Action”  by the South African Development Community to end the economic sanctions on Zimbabwe.  SADC is comprised of 16 countries in the Southern African region. These sanctions — an act of war imposed by the U.S. and other Western imperialist countries 20 years[…]

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Mugabe resigns after military takeover in Zimbabwe

By Wayne Delucca, originally printed on Socialist Action On Nov. 14, the Zimbabwe Defense Forces took control of the capital city, Harare. A week later, Robert Mugabe—the only leader Zimbabwe has had since independence in 1980—resigned. On the 24th, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Mugabe’s former right-hand man and until Nov. 6 the vice president, became the new president. The coup was brewing[…]

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Zimbabwe Update

Analysis of the ongoing transition in Zimbabwe by Abayomi Azikiwe of Pan Africa News Wire. The Zimbabwean military has moved to oust 93 year old President Mugabe after 30 years in power. Abayomi explains the politics behind the move and provides a background through Zimbabwean and African history. What is going on with the Coup in Zimbabwe: RT Interview, Nov[…]

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