SADC, AU Support Zim’s Anti Sanctions Day – Report

SADC and AU reportedly sent delegates to rally behind the Zim government’s call for the removal of sanctions the Herald reports. Tanzania, Mozambique and the Pan African Parliament were the ones noted by the Herald to have sent solidarity messages to the govt of Zimbabwe.

SADC Chairperson and Tanzanian President Dr John Magufuli’s solidarity message was read by Tanzania’s Charge de Affairs Brigadier Perez Alfonso, while Mozambican Ambassador to Zimbabwe,Mr Fancisco Cigarro, delivered a message on behalf diplomats from the SADC bloc.

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The Pan-African Parliament also threw its weight behind Zimbabwe in a message read by its vice president Chief Fortune Charumbira.

The event though poorly attended went well and the president took the time to tell the west that he was not happy with the sanctions and he wanted them to go in an interesting way.

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2 comments on “SADC, AU Support Zim’s Anti Sanctions Day – Report

  1. Of course they did ,they know how corrupt they are and know what will be coming to them if they don’t change their wicked ways.
    Learn to govern not rule

  2. Millions of Zimbabweans snubbed the anti-sanctions march because they know who the real thugs are. repressive laws, breakdown of the rule of law, corruption, abductions, arrests, security forces abuse, etc are the order of the day. Sadc is wrong to side with illegitimate dictators and ignore the clear vibrant message by zimbabweans on the 25th of October 2019. We said NO TO ZANUPF LIES. we said no to stolen elections. We said no to economic mismanagement, we said no to corruption, we no to zanupf.

    Social media trolls and ghost account do not fill up stadiums!

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