Zimbabweans in exile hope to return home post-Mugabe

The International Organisation for Migration says there are up to three million Zimbabweans living abroad, many of them in South Africa.

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    The International Organisation for Migration says there are up to three million Zimbabweans living abroad, many of them in South Africa.

    Some had been forced into exile for political reasons. One man told Al Jazeera that Mugabe's departure has given him hope that he and his family could return home.

    Al Jazeera's Tania Page has the story from Johannesburg.


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