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Zimbabwe’s comedians, the voice of the voiceless

By Jeffrey Moyo

Zimbabweans live in constant fear of openly discussing their political and economic challenges, dreading reprisals from their political leaders. But, as a result of those fears, they have turned to comedians who have mastered the art of comedy which relates to the country’s woes. Jeffrey Moyo has this report from Harare.

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