mujuru-nujoma 27.12.11.jpgThe visiting son to Namibia’s founding father, Dr Sam Nujoma, Honourable Utoni Nujoma who paid a courtesy call on Acting President Joice Mujuru, has pledged his country’s support in helping Zimbabwe retain its former bread basket status in the SADC region.

In an interview with ZBC News, Honourable Nujoma, who is also that country’s Foreign Affairs Minister, said the two countries share a great history that should be preserved.

On the illegal economic sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by Britain and its western allies, Honourable Nujoma called for their unconditional removal.


Nujoma said: “Namibia and Zimbabwe have worked together on various issues….”

The Acting President applauded the visit as a gesture that will keep the two SADC nations together despite interference from imperialist’s countries.


“These two countries have always been together and some people when they hear us talk about it, they think we are drumming our own story. But it’s a story that shows how important it is for the two to remain together, to remain intact and to understand each other,” said Cde Mujuru.


Nujoma’s delegation also includes a group of Namibian business people seeking for investment opportunities.

Harare and Windhoek relations date back to the days of the liberation struggle.