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Thornycroft: In Zimbabwe, 'Economy is the Opposition'

Interviewee: Peta Thornycroft
Interviewer: Stephanie Hanson
March 6, 2007

Peta Thornycroft, a Zimbabwean and the Telegraph's foreign correspondent in Harare, discusses the worsening economic situation in Zimbabwe and the country's weak opposition. In Zimbabwe, she says, "the economy is the opposition."

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