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Your questions to Andrew Harding

Andrew Harding

The BBC's Andrew Harding has reported on events in Zimbabwe. He'll be answering your questions.


The Zimbabwe Government has told the BBC there is no ban on its operations and it can resume reporting, legally and openly, in Zimbabwe.

The BBC's Andrew Harding has returned to Harare to work. He can answer your questions.

Harding has met with Zimbaweans across the country and with government leaders. He has even visited President Mugabe's stronghold - the headquarters of Zanu-PF in Harare.

Do you have any questions about Zimbabwe or about the BBC's presence there? Andrew Harding will answer some of your questions. Send your questions using the form below.

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