Zimbabwe Turns 37 With Little to Cheer About

As the nation commemorates its 37th independence anniversary, reflecting on the sacrifices made for the country's freedom, the harsh reality is that the country's economy is in a crisis. While President Robert Mugabe and his stooges stage celebrations, most citizens are in mourning, reports New Zimbabwe.



Photo: The Herald

Vandalized Robert Mugabe street road sign.

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