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Poverty and economy in Mugabe's Zimbabwe
The Cato Institute
August 14, 2008

http://www.cato.org/dailypodcast/podcast-archive.php?podcast_id=707

A new, deeper poverty has gripped Zimbabwe, and the formal economy has utterly been destroyed under the reign of Robert Mugabe. Rejoice Ngwenya, head of the Zimbabwean Coalition for Market and Liberal Solutions discussed the realities of life in Mugabe's Zimbabwe.

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Audio File

  • Rejoice Ngwenya
    Summary:
    Language: English
    Duration: 6min 53sec
    Date: July 29, 2008
    File Type: MP3
    Size: 6.3MB

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