After Mugabe, Zimbabweans hopeful about future
After 37 years of undivided power, Robert Mugabe resigned in Harare on Nov. 21. It marked a brand new chapter for the millions of Zimbabweans who had lived under his repressive regime. But also for those who travelled abroad to escape it. His departure has encouraged a number of Zimbabwean expats to return back home. Our reporters Caroline Dumay and Stefan Carstens speak to some of them about their hopes and fears for the country’s future.
A program prepared by Yong Chim and Florence Viala
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