ON THE MEDIA | ‘Prison was Horrible but I Will Still do my Work as a Journalist’

June 21, 2021

International correspondent, Jeffrey Moyo, who was released from detention after being arrested for breaching Zimbabwe’s Immigration Act by helping two foreign journalists work in the country, says press freedom is undermined when journalists cannot work undeterred.

Source: Inter Press Service, By Busani Bafana, Zimbabwe, Jun 16 2021 ‘Prison was Horrible but I Will Still do my Work as a Journalist’ – Jeffrey Moyo Upon Prison Release

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