14/06/2011

Ben Freeth, a white farmer from Zimbabwe tells Lucy Ash why he took President Mugabe to court after the government seized his land.

His book, Mugabe and the White African, describes what happened to him and his family as a result.

Also, popular Cameroonian singer Lapiro de Mbanga tells us about his three years behind bars.

And Syed Arifullah, the man behind what he claims is the world's last remaining hand written newspaper.

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Wed 15 Jun 2011 10:05 GMT

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