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by Andrew Meldrum

Author: Andrew Meldrum
Subcategory: Arts & Literature
Language: English
Publisher: Grove Press (September 18, 2006)
Pages: 304 pages
Category: Biographies
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Where We Have Hope is the gripping memoir of a young American journalist. In 1980, Andrew Meldrum arrived in a Zimbabwe flush with new independence.

Where We Have Hope is the gripping memoir of a young American journalist.

Instead, he still retains some "hope" for the future of his adopted country, despite having been a victim of the vendetta against foreign journalists pursued by President Robert Mugabe's ZANU-PF government since 2000

Where We Have Hope: A Memoir of Zimbabwe. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2005. Instead, he still retains some "hope" for the future of his adopted country, despite having been a victim of the vendetta against foreign journalists pursued by President Robert Mugabe's ZANU-PF government since 2000.

Where We Have Hope is the gripping memoir of a young American journalist Meldrum’s unflinching work describes the terror and intimidation Mugabe’s government exercised on both the press and citizens, and the resiliency of Zimbabweans. In 1980, Andrew Meldrum arrived in a Zimbabwe flush with new independence, and he fell in love with the country and its optimism. But over the twenty years he lived there, Meldrum watched as President Robert Mugabe consolidated power and the government evolved into despotism. Meldrum’s unflinching work describes the terror and intimidation Mugabe’s government exercised on both the press and citizens, and the resiliency of Zimbabweans determined to overturn Mugabe and demand the free society they were promised.

Host Renee Montagne speaks with Andrew Meldrum about his book Where We Have Hope: A Memoir of Zimbabwe. Meldrum lived and worked as a journalist in Zimbabwe for 23 years, until he was expelled by the Mugabe regime. Where We Have Hope': A Journalist on Zimbabwe. Over the years, he reported on land seizures the disintegration of a once prosperous economy, the repression and torture of those who opposed President Mugabe. Two years ago, he was taken from his home by intelligence agents and hustled onto a plane with a one-way ticket out.

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Andrew Meldrum (born 1951) is an American journalist who has concentrated on Africa and human rights He was a. .

Andrew Meldrum (born 1951) is an American journalist who has concentrated on Africa and human rights. He worked in Zimbabwe for 23 years. Arrest and expulsion.

Where We Have Hope: A Memoir of Zimbabwe by Andrew Meldrum John Murray £1. 9, pp272. Meldrum was a journalist in Zimbabwe for 23 years and made headlines as the last foreign correspondent in Harare, where he wrote for The Observer and the Guardian, before being illegally ejected in May 2003.

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Since independence in 1980, Zimbabwe has gone from success story to basket case.

Where We Have Hope is the gripping memoir of a young American journalist. In 1980, Andrew Meldrum arrived in a Zimbabwe flush with new independence, and he fell in love with the country and its optimism. But over the twenty years he lived there, Meldrum watched as President Robert Mugabe consolidated power and the government evolved into despotism. In May 2003, Meldrum, the last foreign journalist still working in the dangerous and chaotic nation, was illegally forced to leave his adopted home. His unflinching work describes the terror and intimidation Mugabe’s government exercised on both the press and citizens, and the resiliency of Zimbabweans determined to overturn Mugabe and demand the free society they were promised.