Happy Independence Day 2017 Zimbabwe Images Wallpapers Photos Pictures

Zimbabwe was annexed by a number of colonizers such as Portugal, the Ndebele, and later the United Kingdom (UK). The greatest struggle was that of the former partially ending its colonial power on November 11, 1965 in the Unilateral Declaration of Independence of Rhodesia (present day Zimbabwe). However the UK officially recognized its full independence on April 18, 1980 where Robert Mugabe took the head of state post after independence.

Happy Independence Day 2017 Zimbabwe Images Wallpapers Photos Pictures

Happy Independence Day 2017 Zimbabwe Images Wallpapers Photos Pictures

“Zimbabwe has lots of safaris, but very few are African. Most are white-owned. In our region, we have the most safaris and animals. Our people cannot keep suffering.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“The only white man you can trust is a dead white man.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“I don’t think we will ever go the way of Zimbabwe, but people are concerned.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“In America we saw more food than we had seen in all our lives and we were so happy we rummaged through the dustbins of our souls to retrieve the stained, broken pieces of God.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“My dad’s from Zimbabwe, and my mom is Danish, Irish, and Norwegian, so I have influences from a lot of different places.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“Well in the end the world can crank itself up to sanctions, as it has with Zimbabwe, another sad case.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..”

“I’ve got an interest in Zimbabwe. I spent a few months there before uni, so I’d like to get back to that.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“The most impactful place that I’ve been to where I was just completely awestruck, happy, moved is Victoria Falls between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is probably the most beautiful and romantic place in the world.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“We have fought for our land, we have fought for our sovereignty, small as we are we have won our independence and we are prepared to shed our blood…. So, Blair keep your England, and let me keep my Zimbabwe.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“He doesn’t tell Aunt Fostalina she looks good, like I’ve heard other people do; he tells her she looks like sunrise.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“The painful truth may be that Zimbabwe, the youngest of Africa’s former colonies, has simply followed where the continent has led, treading the well-worn path beaten out of the lie that taking power from the colonialists and delivering democracy to the people are one and the same.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“I’m not even sure that I want to go back… The Zimbabwe that I really loved, the Zimbabwe that I grew up in, just isn’t there anymore, and I’m not sure about the country that has replaced it.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“We don’t mind having sanctions banning us from Europe. We are not Europeans.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“A novelist, poet and playwright who writes equally well in Shona and English, Charles Mungoshi is Zimbabwe’s finest and most versatile writer. His life project has been to interrogate the notion of family.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“I guess you could say I’m lucky because I’ve known a Zimbabwe that didn’t have Robert Mugabe leading it. One of the saddest things about Zimbabwe is there are so many hidden casualties of the Mugabe government’s misrule. They’re not just casualties that you immediately see.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“I see myself in public service in Zimbabwe. I would prefer an advisory role – cabinet secretary, minister of trade or the arts, or something like that. I don’t want to be just a writer.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“A voice reminds us that the land is ours, it will not be taken from us again; the country will never be a colony again.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

“If President Barack Obama wants me to allow marriage for same-sex couples in my country (Zimbabwe), he must come here so that I marry him first.” – Happy 37th Independence Day Zimbabwe..

 

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