Fear and loss: Zimbabweans expose life under Mugabe

Since the fall of Robert Mugabe, Zimbabweans are hopeful for a better future. But many continue to suffer from decades of Mugabe's authoritarian rule and use of state resources to benefit his family.

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    Since the fall of Robert Mugabe, Zimbabweans are hopeful for a better future. But many continue to suffer after decades of Mugabe's authoritarian rule and use of state resources to benefit his family.

    People in Mazowe, north of the capital Harare, reflect on how they lived in fear under the Mugabe regime.

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Mazowe, Zimbabwe.


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