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SADC Today Volume 8 No. 4, October 2005
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The Royal Order of Munhumutapa

PRESIDENT FESTUS Mogae of Botswana, the SADC chairperson, said he is “particularly pleased that the government and people of Zimbabwe have honoured the founding fathers of SADC for their contribution to freedom and democracy, and for laying the foundation of SADC 25 years ago, and bestowed them with the highest national honour.”

Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere
For his exceptional accomplishments as the luminary and conscience of African nationalism, the fulcrum of libera t i o n efforts in the region, and outstanding contribution to the libe ration struggle…

Chief Sir Seretse Khama
For his exceptional commitment to the eradication of colonial domination, unyielding dedication to pan- African ideas… and the pursuit of justice and equality…

Dr Kenneth David Kaunda
For his exceptional strength of resolve, selfless dedication, revolutionary leadership and outstanding contribution to the long and arduous struggle for equality, justice and selfdetermination…

Marshall Samora Moises Machel
For his exceptional revolutionary courage, unyielding determination, selfless dedication, inspirational leadership and outstanding contribution to the liberation struggle…

Dr Agostinho Neto
For his exceptional commitment, dedication, inspirational leadership and outstanding contribution to the liberation struggle.

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