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I had a very rich childhood…

I had a very rich childhood…
"I had a very rich childhood. I experienced Zimbabwe when the situation had not yet deteriorated. It was a safe environment and had a lot of open space. Currently, most of my childhood friends and family live abroad. A lot has changed but it’s still like a trip down memory lane."- Nyasha
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Another Side of Zimbabwe

Another Side of Zimbabwe
Usually when people speak of Zimbabwe, its in the context of a failed state, the poverty or the authoritarian rule of Robert Mugabe and his ruling ZANU PF party. I wanted to share some pictures of another side of the country, a side where despite the poverty, the dictatorship, and the hyper-inflation that led to...
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