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Publisher: Struik Publishers
ISBN10: 1770071121 ISBN13: 9781770071124 DDC: 968.9105 Edition: Paperback; 2006-09-01

Summary

Geoffrey Nyarota was the editor of the Daily News, Zimbabwe�s only independent newspaper, for four years. In this time, he chronicled the decline of the country under Robert Mugabe�s ZANU-PF-controlled regime. As a young man, Nyarota fervently believed that his children would know the freedom of democracy that he himself had been denied in colonial Rhodesia before Mugabe became independent Zimbabwe�s first head of state in 1980. But when he discovered that the returned war heroes were more interested in enriching themselves than in uplifting the poverty-stricken millions, he unflinchingly began to expose the wholesale corruption and greed, nepotism and fraud perpetrated by the Mugabe government. It took state-planted bombs, torture and intimidation, costly legal fees and, finally, a contract on Nyarota�s life before he fled his homeland at the beginning of 2003 to go into exile.

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  • Dewey Decimal: 968.9105

Book Details

  • Physical Description: 5.9"x9.0"x1.1"; 1.3 lb; 432 pages
  • Edition Info: Paperback; 2006-09-01

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