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Haru Mutasa: Ask Me Anything on Zimbabwe

Al Jazeera's correspondent is live on Reddit, answering your questions about Zimbabwe's referendum.
Last Modified: 15 Mar 2013 16:45

Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa, one of a small number of international journalists reporting from Zimbabwe, is answering your questions about the country's upcoming referendum, live, right now, over on Reddit.

Zimbabweans will vote on a new constitution on Saturday March 16, a reform set to pave the way for elections expected in June.

Mutasa has covered East, South and West Africa for nearly 10 years. Our correspondent was in Zimbabwe during the contested 2008 polls and has closely monitored the changes in the country since a unity government was formed in 2009.

You can follow Haru Mutasa on Twitter: @harumutasa

Mutasa's recent features, blogs and television reports from Zimbabwe:

Zimbabwean comedians push the limits

Zimbweans find novel way of using mobiles

Zimbabwe radios feel heat of referendum

Zimbabwe braces for Mugabe surprises

Zimbabwe's tough environment for aid agencies

Another violent election in Zimbabwe?

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