Zimbabweans Divided Over Western Sanctions

Pro-government Zimbabweans say sanctions imposed in 2003 and earlier by some Western nations, including the United States, because of election rigging and human rights abuses, are derailing the country economy’s recovery. The sanctions are a divisive issue among Zimbabweans. For VOA, Columbus Mavhunga reports from Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, where the U.N. Special Rapporteur has been assessing the impact of sanctions.

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