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by Victor De Waal

Author: Victor De Waal
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd (August 30, 1990)
Pages: 160 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.6
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Zimbabwe's first decade. Published 1990 by Hurst in London.

He married Esther Aline Lowndes-Moir, author (as Esther de Waal) of books on spirituality, especially Celtic. The Politics of Reconciliation - Zimbabwe's first decade, 1990. Among their sons are John de Waal, a barrister; Alex de Waal, a writer on Africa; Edmund de Waal, a ceramic artist; and Thomas de Waal, a writer. com/p/articles/mi qn4158/is 20040202/ai n12765276.

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Franciscus Bernardus Maria "Frans" de Waal (born October 29, 1948) is a Dutch primatologist and ethologist.

Victor de Waal was born in Amsterdam, the son of Hendrik de Waal, a Dutch businessman, and Elisabeth, of the Ephrussi family. His mother was born to a well-known Jewish family at the Ephrussi Palace in Vienna; she converted to Christianity, which would not have protected her from the murderous Racial policy of Nazi Germany.

successful in Zimbabwe as was envisaged needs no special justification Let us truly become Zimbabweans with a. single loyalty.

successful in Zimbabwe as was envisaged needs no special justification. Mugabe himself, the architect of the policy in Zimbabwe is of the belief and opinion that the policy of National. implementation of reconciliation policy as Zimbabwe emerged from a conflict crisis in the. early 1980s and how the reconciliation policy can be introduced in schools through. education for reconciliation‚Äü. Let us truly become Zimbabweans with a. de Waal, 1990, p. 47). In this case there was the realisation of the importance of national unity for without. this, the policy of National Reconciliation was bound to fail.

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He married Esther Aline Lowndes-Moir, author (as Esther de Waal) of books on spirituality, especially Celtic Works. What is the Church, 1969, SCM Press.

On 17 April 1980, after a bloody war that ended 90 years of colonial rule, Robert Mugabe inaugurated the newly independent Zimbabwe. The author, an Anglican priest, spent six months in 1988 interviewing people in Zimbabwean to gain a picture of the early years of independence.