Who was removed from the EU sanctions list


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All journalists were removed from the European Union sanctions list last week but there were also some surprise removals. Zimbabwe African National Union- Patriotic Front spokesman Rugare Gumbo was, for example, removed while “self appointed Anglican bishop” Norbert Kunonga remained on the list.

All in all 51 people and 20 companies were removed from the list. All 20 companies belonged to John Arnold Bredenkamp.

Although Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa and Foreign Affairs Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi are still on the sanctions list, they will be allowed to travel to Europe as members of the Zimbabwean Ministerial Re-engagement Team so that the full team can travel to Brussels for high-level consultations.

 

1-      Reuben Barwe

2-      John Arnold Brdenkamp

3-      Alice Chimbudzi

4-      Paul Chimedza

5-      Chenhamo Chekezha Chimutengwende

6-      Monica Chinamasa

7-      Mirirai Chiremba

8-      Eliphas Chitakunye

9-      Jocelyn Chiwenga

10-   George Chiweshe

11-   Willard Chiwewe

12-   Pikirayi Deketeke

13-   Tshinga Judge Dube

14-   Rugare Eleck Ngidi Gumbo

15-   Josaya Hungwe

16-   Munyaradzi Huni

17-   David Ishemunyoro Godi Karimanzira

18-   Joyce Laetitia Kazembe

19-   Munyaradzi Kereke

20-   Tafataona Mahoso

21-   Judith Makwanya

22-   Sekesai Makwavarara

23-   Kenneth Vhundukai Manyonda

24-   Munyaradzi Matanyaire

25-   Dzikamai Mavhaire

26-   Partson Mbiriri

27-   Millicent Sibongile Mombeshora

28-   July Gabarari Moyo

29-   Happison Muchechetere

30-   Paul Mudzova

31-   Leo Mugabe

32-   Solomon Mujuru

33-   Musorowegomo Mukosi

34-   Samuel Creighton Mumbengegwi

35-   Getrude Mutasa

36-   Justin Mutsawehuni Mutasa

37-   Kenneth Kaparadza Mutiwekuziva

38-   Tsitsi Muzenda

39-   Elisha Muzonzini

40-   Abedinico Ncube

41-   Sikhanyiso Ndlovu

42-   Herbert Nkala

43-   Misheck Nyawani

44-   Bharat patel

45-   Muller Conrad Rautenbach

46-   Morris Sakabuya

47-   Nelson Tapera Crispen Samkange

48-   Eunice Sandi

49-   Isaiah Masvayamwando Shumba

50-   Charles Utete

51-   Caesar Zvayi

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Charles Rukuni
The Insider is a political and business bulletin about Zimbabwe, edited by Charles Rukuni. Founded in 1990, it was a printed 12-page subscription only newsletter until 2003 when Zimbabwe's hyper-inflation made it impossible to continue printing.

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