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  Norway-May 17
  Ecuador-May 24
  South Africa-May 31
  Philippines-June 12
  Russia-June 12
  Canada-July 1
  USA-July 4,
 

Algeria

-July 05
  Venezuela-July 5
  Argentina-July 9
 

France

-July 14
  Columbia-July 20
  Peru-July 28
  Jamaica -August 06
 

Singapore

-August 09
 

Pakistan

-August 14
 

India

-August 15
  North Korea-August 15
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Indonesia

-August 17
 

Afghanistan

-August 19
  Ukraine-August 24
 

Malaysia

-August 31
  Brazil-Sept. 7
  Macedonia-Sept. 8
  Costa Rica -Sept. 15
 

Mexico

-Sept. 16
  Saudi Arabia-Sept. 23
  New Zealand-Sept. 26
 

China

-October 1
 

Nigeria

-October 1
  Belgium-October 4
 

Germany

-October 03
 

Kenya

-December 12
  Cameroon-January 01
  Australia-January 26
  Sri Lanka-February 04
  Iran-February 10
 

Egypt

-February 28
  Ghana-March 06
123Independenceday Zimbabwe Chronology of Zimbabwe

Chronology of Zimbabwe


1953 The British colony of Southern Rhodesia became part of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland.

1959 The African National Congress (ANC), led by Joshua Nkomo was banned.

1961 Nkomo forms Zimbabwe African Peoples Union (ZAPU).

1962 ZAPU was banned. Rhodesian Front (RF) won the elections.

1963 African nationalists in Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland demanded dissolution of Federation. Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) was formed by Rev. Sithole and Robert Mugabe.

1964 New Rhodesian Front prime minister Ian Smith rejects British demands for majority rule and bans ZANU.

1965 May, Rhodesian Front was re-elected. In the month of November the state of emergency was declared. UK imposed economic sanctions. African National Congress, ZANU, and ZAPU begin guerrilla war.

1970 Rhodesia was declared a republic.

1974 Rhosesian Front regime agrees to cease-fire terms with the African nationalists.

1975-1979 Negotiations between British government, Rhodesian Front and nationalists.

1976 ZANU and ZAPU unite to form the Patriotic Front (PF).

1977 PF was backed by "frontline" African states: Mozambique, Tanzania, Botswana, and Zambia.

1979 PF rejects to settlement drafted by Ian Smith and moderate African nationalists.

1980 Independence as Zimbabwe. Following violent election campaign, Robert Mugabe becomes prime minister of ZANU-PF/ZAPU-PF coalition. Relations with South Africa was severed.

 


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