From a different perspective: Zimbabwe - Africa's newest nation 1, January 01, 1981
From a different perspective: Zimbabwe - Africa's newest nation, produced by The Development Education Center of Toronto, Sued Sharbadi, and Robert Clark, is part of a radio magazine series of half-hour programs about developing countries, largely through sources and interviews from the developing countries. This specific program examines developments in Zimbabwe since it gained independence in 1980, as well as the country's first elections and current political, economic, and social issues, January 1, 1981. (Portions of this description were derived from the original NFCB Program Service Catalog.)
- January 01, 1981
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