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‘President’: An intimate look at Zimbabwe’s struggle for democracy

By France24
13 February 2022   |   11:24 am
"President" is a Sundance award-winning film that gives us a gripping and unprecedented front-row seat to recent history. It's about an election that was believed to be stolen and a people who felt robbed of their first free and fair vote following the removal of longtime leader Robert Mugabe in a military coup in Zimbabwe in 2017.

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