Zimbabwe's Mugabe Threatens Foreign Firms


President Robert Mugabe has threatened drastic measures against companies whose governments were punishing the country."We must take them over," he added. This follows a threat to seize a company which refused to buy milk from his family's dairy.
Photo: IRIN

Harare City Center.

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