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Zimbabwe's economy is screaming, and despite the screams, the resilience of the people of Zimbabwe has thwarted their regime change agenda By Kennedy Mandaza ZANU-PF South African district joins fellow Zimbabweans and progressive forces in the SADC region and the whole of Africa in voicing their disapproval and immediate lifting of the illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the United States of America and the European Union in 2001. The economic sanctions which were imposed following the country’s stance to redistribute land on a more equitable basis and correct the colonial imbalances in the ownership of the resource have caused untold suffering on the ordinary citizens in and outside the country. The issue of land tenure which still remains an issue with the United States of America up to now led to the enactment of the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (ZIDERA) and its supplement Executive Order Sanctions, which bars American companies to invest in the country. These laws also bar Americans on boards of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank and other multilateral financial institutions, which the US control, from voting for financial support for Zimbabwe. The intention is to suffocate the Zimbabwean