SADC breaks silence on Zim crisis

Zimbabwe Violence
Zimbabwe Violence

FRANCISTOWN: Regional bloc, SADC that has been accused of remaining completely silent in the wake of the recent unrest in Zimbabwe, has finally broken its silence.

The regional bloc has often been accused of maintaining quiet diplomacy while Zimbabweans suffered at the hands of a ‘brutal regime’. 

Since the beginning of the year Zimbabwe has experienced unrest, but SADC has largely remained silent on the situation. 

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