Independence Day Featured When Zimbabwe is ‘independence day’ it’s time to start talking

When Zimbabwe is ‘independence day’ it’s time to start talking

Zimbabwe is independence day.

It’s the day the people of Zimbabwe finally have their day of reckoning and are finally allowed to vote.

The vote is now open for all, but the first step in the process will be to gather the signatures needed to place the petition in the hands of the parliament.

This is where you, the people, come in.

The country is now officially an independent nation, and the country is no longer governed by a monarch.

But that doesn’t mean that the country isn’t still under the thumb of the military.

The military has a lot of power in the country.

There are many examples of the power the military has in Zimbabwe.

For example, in 2014 the government decided to seize the country’s oil reserves.

This forced the country to seek international help to stop the military from seizing more resources.

In this case, the military, led by General Constantino Chiwenga, also seized a portion of the country, which they called the “Nigeria Goldfields.”

In order to prevent the country from losing more resources, the government of the day, led the military to seize a portion more resources as well.

In Zimbabwe, these are not isolated incidents.

The military has used the resources of Zimbabwe to help it gain power, control the country and maintain its military presence.

In 2014, the country also gained a major foothold in the southern African country of Angola.

With this foothold, the nation’s military gained more control over the country than in any other country.

The political power in Zimbabwe is so strong that the military does not fear it.

On the contrary, the armed forces have been extremely active in the government’s dealings.

During this period, there have been several coup attempts, which the military backed down from, and a number of political movements were launched.

These movements included a movement called the Movement for a Free and Independent Zimbabwe (MFIAZ), a movement led by the military that demanded the abolition of the monarchy, and an opposition party that opposed the current government.

In 2014, President Emmerson Mnangagwa was elected president.

This gave Mnangachwa an unprecedented mandate to implement the laws of the land, and he did so with the support of the armed force.

The armed forces, who were not part of the previous government, also took control of the national treasury.

The government also expanded its power in all aspects of life.

The president, who is also a member of the ruling party, has become one of the richest men in the world, and it is also one of his most controversial subjects.

The current president, Robert Mugabe, has shown himself to be very corrupt, and his actions have created a situation in which the public has no confidence in the political system.

Mugabe has also shown himself very authoritarian, and many people believe that he will use his power to punish those who oppose him.

This could be done by the use of military force, which could be used to break up the movement for a free and independent Zimbabwe.

In recent weeks, the president of the United States, Donald Trump, also expressed his support for the military and its policies in Zimbabwe and has called for the country not to “tilt to the right” toward democracy.

However, the current president of Zimbabwe has also said that the United Nations and the World Bank should help Zimbabwe to build a free, democratic society, but with a limit on the amount of money the government can spend on the country with the aim of creating jobs.

If Mugabe can continue his policies in the same way, he could become the next leader of Zimbabwe, as the country still has a long way to go to achieve full democracy.