Actors in Zimbabwe have taken to the stage to protest corruption, unemployment and bad governance despite what government opponents call a crackdown on dissent.
In 'State of the Nation' a group of young Zimbabweans use performance art to mock politicians vying to become country's next leader, and pull no punches when it comes to longtime President Robert Mugabe and his inner circle.
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