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20 feb Zimbabwe's Mutambara i BBC

Arthur Mutambara was a student leader in the late 1980s campaigning against the abuses of President Robert Mugabe's regime. Now, as deputy prime minister of Zimbabwe, he is in a power-sharing coalition with him. He tells Owen Bennett Jones how he deals with old enmities, why the unity government is the only way forward for the country's politics, and why he admires Che Guevara.

Broadcast on:
BBC World Service, 4:32am Monday 22nd February 2010
Duration:
28 minutes
Available until:
12:00am Thursday 1st January 2099

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