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When will God remember Zimbabwe?
I am tired of living and working in the diaspora.
- Charles KLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
When will God remember Zimbabwe?When Robert Mugabe will leave or die.-----
On March 29, 2008, Zimbabwe held a presidential election along with a parliamentary election. The three major candidates were Robert Mugabe of the Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF), Morgan Tsvangirai of the Movement for Democratic Change – Tsvangirai (MDC-T), and Simba Makoni, an independent. The results of this election were withheld for two weeks, following which it was generally acknowledged that the MDC had achieved a majority of one seat in lower house of parliament. However, Mugabe retained control because after the "recount" which was done behind close doors without independent monitors Tsvangirai no longer had the margin required by Zimbabwean law. Hence, the doctored election results that would otherwise put Mugabe out of power, failed the opposition.
In late 2008, problems in Zimbabwe reached crisis proportions in the areas of living standards, public health (with a major cholera outbreak in December) and various public considerations. Mining of diamonds at Marange in Chiadzwa became the subject of international attention as the World Diamond Council called for a clampdown on smuggling and supposed illegal miners killings by the military. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zimbabwe#Deep_Decline...
2008–present In September 2008, a power-sharing agreement was reached between Mugabe and Tsvangirai, in which Mugabe remained president and Tsvangirai became prime minister. However, due to ministerial differences between their respective political parties, the agreement was not fully implemented until February 13, 2009, two days after the swearing in of Tsvangirai as Prime Minister of Zimbabwe.
In November 2010, the IMF described the Zimbabwean economy as "completing its second year of buoyant economic growth after a decade of economic decline.", mentioning "strengthening policies" and "favorable shocks" as main reasons for the economic growth.
In December 2010 President Mugabe threatened to further expropriate privately-owned companies unless "western sanctions" were lifted. He taunted: "Why should we continue having companies and organizations that are supported by Britain and America without hitting back? Time has come for us to [take] revenge. We can read the riot act and say this is 51 percent we are taking and if the sanctions persist we are taking over 100 percent."
- 1 decade ago
don't worry he will ...he works im mysterious ways......i keep prayin 4 zimbabwe too
- rodolfo lLv 71 decade ago
Don't forget praying.