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SUPPORTIVE: Fellow citizens herding Chin’ono’s goats

What do I write about this week?

It’s a question I pondered over for more than an hour as I sat in front of my blank laptop while time ticked quickly away.

There was so much on the news but I eventually settled on journalist Hopewell Chin’ono, who almost lost his Boer goats to Zanu PF youths.

Indeed, he would have done had it not been for the support he got from fellow Zimbos.

Chin’ono has proven to be a thorn in the flesh of the ruling party but a darling to the opposition, civil society, private media and ordinary citizens

On Sunday, scores of people gathered at Chin’ono’s hom...

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