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2013 was a rough year, annus horribilis, for the regional economic bloc of 15 southern African states that collectively make up the Southern African Development Community.
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There is widespread outrage and shock at the actions of government, and it is being called upon to meet its obligation of providing people with shelter and desist from inflicting pain on its poor citizens.
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Together, we reminded each Zimbabwean, regardless of political or religious persuasion, to take responsibility for peace. The religious leaders, though not perfect, must be recognized for their role in the peace process.
Zimbabwe is recognised as having one of the best education systems in Africa but when I took office as Minister of Education in February 2008 I found it in chaos.
Given that the prevailing environment in southern Africa is characterized by widespread democratic backsliding, it is high time that the United States both reevaluates and reshapes its strategy in the region.
Everyone does things they regret when traveling. I began to fear it could be one of those moments when I found myself in Harare's 60,000-strong sports stadium, surrounded by a sea of staring faces while Zimbabwe's freshly-elected President Robert Mugabe spoke.