Published on 13th June 2016 by

Undercover In Zimbabwe Prison (2008): A Zimbabwean prison officer filmed his colleagues being forced to vote for Mugabe.

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The unbelievable story of the Zimbabwe prison officer who after 13 years in the prisons decided to turn a video camera on his work and captured prison staff forced to vote for Mugabe.

You could see them all looking at how you were voting and then I put my x on the ballot card’. Shephard Yuda, a former prison guard, decided to secretly film his prison before leaving Zimbabwe. People share their worries about the growing terror while high-profile inmates like MDC official Tendai Biti linger in their cells. Yuda’s film captures the terrifying underbelly of a one-party African state in action.

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