Zimbabwe Economy

BBC's Michael Voss reports that as Zimbabwe marks 20 years of independence today, the country is facing its worst economic crisis. Increasing violence caused by the occupations of white-owned farms by black squatters has cancelled any kind of celebrations. President Robert Mugabe, the country's only leader supports the occupations saying they are justified because of the unfair distribution of farmland.

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