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Developers sold unfit plots to low-income residents desperate to find homes. Then the storms came.
Zimbabwe plans to pump up coal production by building a $3 billion plant. Opponents say the effort bucks the country’s own climate policy.
Residents have rebelled by refusing to pay their bills. But officials say they can’t provide basic utilities until people pay up.
Photo by Fortune Moyo, GPJ Zimbabwe
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