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Zimbabwe Cemeteries: Class divisions remain even after death

Respect for the dead is becoming a luxury many can't afford in Zimbabwe. Poverty and a lack of housing have forced many people to move into cemeteries, even opening up shops and other trading posts in graveyards. John Nyashanu reports from Harare. #Zimbabwe #ClassDivision #Cemeteries

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