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Zimbabwe gears up for 2023 election amid economic woes

By DW
30 December 2022   |   10:43 am
Zimbabweans are experiencing an economic crisis exacerbated by hyperinflation. Analysts say the outcome of the 2023 election is unlikely to bring relief.

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