Zim Constitution-Making Body to Convene Second Outreach Programme

Zimbabwe Constitution Select Committee is organising a second outreach programme designed to "sensitise the people" on the contents of the draft constitution.

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Zimbabwean President Mugabe and PM Tsvangirai

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