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Ramaphosa Raises Sticky Issue Of Sanctions On Zimbabwe With President Joe Biden

South Africa, The United States Maintain Mutual Respect For Each Other Despite Differences Over The Russia-Ukraine War Zimbabwe Digital Express And Associated Press The Zimbabwe Anti-Sanctions Movement (ZASM) this week welcomed the support from South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and the ruling African National Congress in raising the issue of unlawful unilateral sanctions on Zimbabwe which displace refugees into the region, in his meeting with the president of the United States Joe Biden on September 16. The movement released a statement yesterday saying that the Zimbabwe sanctions programme targeted Zimbabwean nationals without trial, adversely affecting the ordinary people, ravaging the economy, and the financial sector and forcing refugees to flock to different countries. ZASM chairman Rutendo Matinyarare said in the statement that his organisation had been tasked by Zimbabweans to oppose the illegal sanctions and the United Nations, the African Union, SADC in calling for the coercive sanctions on Zimbabwe to be scrapped. President Cyril Ramaphosa has reportedly implored US leader Joe Biden to lift sanctions imposed on

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