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Zimbabwe Ronald Sgeca (right) and Cadrick Msongelwa perform a scene of a play where prisoners sing as they engage in manual labor, a common practice in local prisons in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. The play, performed in the Bulawayo Amphitheatre, addresses the hard labor, language and hierarchy experienced in Zimbabwean prisons. The two-man show, staged by actors who have not served time in prison, is called Zandezi and produced by the Zimbabwe Theatre Academy.