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Monday, April 3, 2000 Published at 16:08 GMT


Special Report





Mugabe's long shadow

BBC News Online special report on the worsening crisis in Zimbabwe.





Political conspiracy or economic mismanagement?

BBC Economics analyst Andrew Walker assesses the state of Zimbawe's economy.





Mugabe's unpopular war

More than three months after the Zimbabwean president, Robert Mugabe, sent the first contingent of troops to support his embattled counterpart in the Democratic Republic of Congo, little or no hard information is available about the extent of Zimbabwe's involvement.



Land battle sets black against white
Redistribution of land in Zimbabwe has been on the cards for nearly two decades, but some white landowners believe the government is exploiting it for political reasons. Mugabe faces economic anger
The people of Zimbabwe are getting increasingly critical on the government's failure to solve the country's severe economic crisis. Meeting Mr Mugabe
"He will throw the biggest wobbly I have ever seen, I thought, when he comes through that door and finds a bunch of broadcasters have done what all the opposition parties in Zimbabwe have failed to do: forced him to clear his desk." Zimbabwe's history: Key dates
An at-a-glance guide to Zimbabwe's recent history.


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