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Report Card looking at Zimbabwe’s 2022 in 60 seconds.

In Zimbabwe, the leadership’s priorities and initiatives appear disconnected from the daily challenges faced by the general population. As the country prepares for upcoming national elections the only certainty is that the people will receive more promises. In this administration, most have turned out to be empty. A 2022 summary in 60 seconds.

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