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8 Apr 2018
DW's Director General Peter Limbourg is in Harare, Zimbabwe, to meet various media partners with the idea of forming partnerships for content production. And is looking into the issue of media freedom in the country.
16 Nov 2017
This time, it finally looks like the end for Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's 93-year old president has not spoken since the military moved in overnight and seized key points of the capital, Harare.

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