Zimbabwe deports Freshly Ground over #mugabe video

via Zimbabwe deports Freshly Ground over Mugabe video May 4, 2014 NewsDay

Zimbabwe on Sunday deported popular music group Freshly Ground who were due to stage the closing performance at the Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa).

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The group, which is made up of South Africans, Zimbabweans and Mozambicans was turned away at the Harare International Airport soon after their flight from Johannesburg landed in the afternoon.

No reasons were given for the deportation. However in 2010 the group was banned from staging a show in Harare, days after they released their ‘Chicken to Change’ video mocking President Robert Mugabe for hanging on to power.

The song urges Mugabe to “become the hero he used to be” by stepping down.

The video is featured ZANEWSTV, a South African online hub of satirical multimedia content. The puppet shows mostly mock South African president Jacob Zuma and his leadership.

 

COMMENTS

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    Roving Ambassador 6 years ago

    Freedom denied.

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    Roving Ambassador 6 years ago

    Scared of your on shadow. Instead of dealing with the bread and butter issues that matter to the people,tax pyerr’s time and money is wasted on idiotic matters like this
    Mugabe is a waste of oxygen for sure.

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    nyoni 6 years ago

    Now now Bob whats that for. You want freedom etc but you yourself are not free. You are a waste of time for sure.

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    wa Zimbabwe 6 years ago

    If people can say anything about God the Almighty who are you Bob to try and control what people say about you? Stupid egocentric generic.

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    zizirinenyanga 6 years ago

    This bob dud has got some serious issues, he needs a shrink.

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    DubboZimbo 6 years ago

    Bob must still be annoyed he did not get tickets to Bryan Adams…..ROFLMAO