'He suffered for us to be free, for us to be a democratic country, for us particularly the black people, to be respected, to be on the same level as other people'
Economists have welcomed the development as the country continues to struggle to recover economically with the trade deficit
This is the second demonstration in three weeks by the group calling itself Patriotic Front Children of War Veterans.
Monday's college fair in Harare was billed as a "good opportunity" for high school students to learn more about obtaining assistance to study abroad. One school at the fair was Agnes Scott College, an all-female institution in Atlanta, Georgia.
The US has provided $25 million to Zimbabwe in 2013 to support those suffering from a lack of food.
The officers Wednesday interacted with students from various schools in Harare explaining issues related to studying in the USA
Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of African Affairs, Shannon Smith, argued that sanctions are intended to punish individuals in Zimbabwe who want to maintain power and wealth while suppressing ordinary people
The hearing will examine U.S policy, especially the effect of current sanctions imposed on Harare following the 2002 presidential elections
Moyo, who is believed to be the chief architect of Zimbabwe’s dreaded Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Broadcasting Services Act, lost his seat in the July general elections.
The committee has approved a resolution giving U.S. President Barack Obama authority to take military action against Syria over its use of chemical weapons on civilians
Speaking to the nation Saturday at the White House, Mr. Obama said this would not be an open-ended intervention and will not include U.S. troops on the ground in Syria
'I think it is very important that we keep our eyes on the main issue here, which is that, this was a deeply flawed process'