Mugabe and the White African

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Ayron

This is really powerful and gripping. I mostly wanted to see some political insight to a troubled African country/regime, but I must say, do not go into this casually. It is an intensely personal portrait and is rendered artfully with maximum sympathy for its subject. Would not suggest ...Read more

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