Zimbabwe Journalist Mark Chavunduka, 1965, 2002

Krueger, Bill
December 2002
Nieman Reports;Winter2002, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p117
Pays tribute to Mark Chavunduka, a journalist from Zimbabwe. Background on the maltreatments experienced by Chavunduka and his fellow reporter under the Zimbabwe National Army; Effect of the torture experienced by Chavunduka on his body; Significance of his courage against the military in emboldening the independent media in his country.


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