Mugabe's victory spells doom for the media in Zimbabwe

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Article

Department

Graduate School of Media and Communications

Abstract

This article explores recent events in Zimbabwe, the violence and intimidation that marred the 2002 presidential elections and the war Robert Mugabe, the country's president since independence in 1980, waged against whoever was opposed to or challenged his leadership - especially white farmers and journalists - in the run-up to the crucial polls.

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This work was published before the author joined Aga Khan University.

Publication ( Name of Journal)

Communicare: Journal for Communication Sciences in Southern Africa

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