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Mugabe - diamonds reserved for Zimbabweans

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Askari Kanzu, Jun 16, 2012.

  1. Askari Kanzu

    Askari Kanzu JF-Expert Member

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    CHIMANIMANI DIAMONDS RESERVED FOR ZIMBABWEANS - MUGABE
    Saturday, June 16, 2012


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    President Robert Mugabe says the new diamond claims discovered in Chimanimani will be reserved exclusively for indigenous companies.

    Addressing the Zanu PF WomenÂ’s League National Assembly meeting held in Darwendale on Friday, President Mugabe said Zimbabwean experts in the mining sector should come together and form their own companies and participate effectively in the exploitation of diamonds and other minerals.

    The Chinese are controlling diamond mining in Chiadzwa. Mugabe said it was now time for the Chinese to step aside and let Zimbabweans benefit from their natural resources.

    The President stressed the need for honesty among the indigenous companies saying they should avoid what happened in the banking sector where some owners siphoned depositorsÂ’ funds.

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  2. MD25

    MD25 JF-Expert Member

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    Safi sana Mugabe, kweli una moyo wa uchungu na wananchi wako, natamani na hawa manyang'au ccm wangejifunza kutoka kwako, lakini tamaa zao za ki-fisi ndizo zinatuponza, after all kuwa rais Kubwa Jinga (KJ), ni tatizo pia...
     
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    Despite his array of weaknesses as a country leader, such as promoting racism and tribalism among hi citzens, his vision for his country is excellent when he says "...for Zimbabweans," the problem is when he starts choosing who among those Zimbabweans are more deserving. Those policies of selecting a certain group among the citizenry body are no different from those of Ian Smith.
     
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