Zimbabwe arts festival: Artists turn rubbish into beauty

Zimbabwe is hosting the Harare International Festival of the Arts this week. In a country dealing with cash shortages, power cuts and high unemployment, artists have been striving to reveal a beauty in the environment around them.

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    Zimbabwe is hosting the Harare International Festival of the Arts this week.

    In a country dealing with cash shortages, power cuts and high unemployment, artists have been striving to reveal a beauty in the environment around them.

     

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Harare.


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