Expelled Journalist Reviews Mugabe's Reign

How has Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe evolved since his rise to power in 1980? Andrew Meldrum, a reporter for The Guardian, worked as a journalist in Zimbabwe for more than 20 years until Mugabe's government expelled him. He offers his insights in a conversation with Renee Montagne.



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