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Best zimbabwean Authors

Who has zimbabwean quotes? 16 Roy Bennett zimbabwean quotes,8 Kirsty Coventry zimbabwean quotes,10 Ian Smith zimbabwean quotes,3 Nick Price zimbabwean quotes, sayings and images.

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Never lose hope. Storms make people stronger and never last forever. Roy Bennett, politician
  • hope

Believe in your infinite potential. Your only limitations are those you set upon yourself. Roy Bennett, politician
  • believe

Freedom. And Justice. If you have those two, it covers everything. You must stick to those principles and have the courage of your convictions. Ian Smith, politician
  • convictions

In athletics, older runners tend to go for longer races, but it's the opposite in swimming because your body can't handle the endurance. Kirsty Coventry, athlete
  • athletics

Great leaders create more leaders, not followers. Roy Bennett, politician
  • leaders

Our party must continue to strike fear in the heart of the white man, our real enemy! Robert Mugabe, statesman
  • continue

People have to remain positive and believe in those dreams. It's really important. Kirsty Coventry, athlete
  • believe

Robert Mugabe is not representative of who we are, what we stand for, or how we want to be viewed by the rest of world. We are peace-loving people, respectful of foreign representatives, who want the country to be a prosperous, productive. and responsible member of the global community. Roy Bennett, politician
  • people

The multi-party agreement, known as the Global Political Agreement (GPA), created the Government of National Unity (GNU) that has acted as Zimbabwe's governing institution since 2009. Roy Bennett, politician
  • unity

I could be rearrested at any time; there could be attempts of my life. I have no idea. You are dealing with totally unpredictable people and a nation where the rule of law means nothing. Roy Bennett, politician
  • life

The spirit of forgiveness should prevail, and there should be tolerance and understanding among all political parties for us to move forward. Roy Bennett, politician
  • forgiveness

I have forgiven those who were persecuting me. Roy Bennett, politician
  • forgiven

There is absolutely no doubt that Robert Mugabe and ZANU-PF have lost the popular support of the people of Zimbabwe. And the more they become intransigent, the more they become vicious and try to repress people, the more it turns people against them, and the less chance they have of ever holding onto power. Roy Bennett, politician
  • power

When you enter into a struggle, and you genuinely believe in what you are doing, and you live under injustice, and you live under a regime that is dictatorial and oppresses people, there have to be sacrifices. Roy Bennett, politician
  • struggle

I was a senior leader within the Movement for Democratic Change. I had a farm that was under the Zimbabwean Investment Center, which gave it special protection, because I had an external partner through the export processing zone. Roy Bennett, politician
  • change

In the late 1990s, Mugabe's misguided policies sent our economy and agricultural productivity, our country's lifeblood, plummeting into the abyss. To make up for the financial shortfall, his regime attempted to print its way out of the mess, immediately resulting in inconceivable hyperinflation, topping out at 231 million percent. Roy Bennett, politician
  • country

I have been persecuted since I joined politics, and I have been living in persecution since then. Roy Bennett, politician
  • politics

For decades, Robert Mugabe has thumbed his nose at the world. The long-time dictator has ruled Zimbabwe with an iron fist, repeatedly insulted foreign dignitaries, ignored regional and international agreements to which he was a signatory, and isolated the country from any legitimate international economic or political engagement. Roy Bennett, politician
  • world

There is no rule of law in Zimbabwe; there's selective application of the rule of law. Patrick Chinamasa, who is the minister of justice, destroyed the independent judiciary. Roy Bennett, politician
  • justice

Maturity is when you stop complaining and making excuses, and start making changes. Roy Bennett, politician
  • maturity

Every human being makes mistakes. Ian Smith, politician
  • being

Declaring independence was the most traumatic decision I had to live up to. Because I didn't want to do it. Ian Smith, politician
  • decision

I always try to be reasonable and effective. Ian Smith, politician
  • effective

The only violence was when these so-called 'freedom fighters' terrorized the poor Africans in the villages... They were told what to do and who to support. Ian Smith, politician
  • fighters

I would say colonialism is a wonderful thing. It spread civilization to Africa. Before it they had no written language, no wheel as we know it, no schools, no hospitals, not even normal clothing. Ian Smith, politician
  • africa

If my children were hungry I should think I would steal to feed them. Ian Smith, politician
  • children

Everything we did was criticized. For about thirty years we lived with the world against us, accusing us of things we didn't do! Ian Smith, politician
  • accusing

If the choice were made, one for us to lose our sovereignty and become a member of the Commonwealth or remain with our sovereignty and lose the membership of the Commonwealth, I would say let the Commonwealth go. Robert Mugabe, statesman
  • become

In the writing of memoirs, as in the production of shows, too much caution causes the audience to nod and think of other channels. Gerald Clarke, politician
  • audience

He's got everything. He' not a great player yet because he hasn't won any major championships, but it's a matter of time. He's an outstanding talent. I didn't realize how tall he is. Nick Price, athlete
  • sports

Overall the fundamentals seem to be there and he's obviously got a very mature head on his shoulders. He's got a kind of presence. Nick Price, athlete
  • sports

I have always stayed out of politics, I don't believe it would be appropriate to talk about it. Kirsty Coventry, athlete
  • appropriate

There are younger, stronger swimmers coming up and they are hungry. I can't influence what they do, I only know what I can do and I know how greedy I am to defend my title. Kirsty Coventry, athlete
  • coming

It is much harder to retain your position at the top than to get to the top. Kirsty Coventry, athlete
  • harder

Everyone at home is so supportive. People recognise me, say how proud they are of me. It's awesome to hear, it's amazing to know I can touch so many people in a positive way. Kirsty Coventry, athlete
  • amazing

Everyone there including President Mugabe knows something needs to change because so many people are hurting. Kirsty Coventry, athlete
  • change

I take any opportunity I can to raise our country's flag really high and get some shining positive light on things over there. Kirsty Coventry, athlete
  • country

The technology backbone is no longer an afterthought. Nick Price, athlete
  • afterthought

The risk from viruses is an unanswered question - and it won't be answered until you have had organs transplanted into humans over many years. Ian Smith, politician
  • answered

Poor air quality, which can be influenced by a variety of fumes, chemicals and allergens, is arguably the leading cause of triggers for most asthmatics in urban areas. Ian Smith, politician
  • air

Before Truman, journalism and non-fiction weren't taken very seriously. Gerald Clarke, politician
  • journalism

I don't think Capote loved Smith. But he did make a deep connection. It upset some people, because that had never been the approach to journalistic crime writing, to look into the mind of the killer. Gerald Clarke, politician
  • approach


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