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Problems facing students of ZimbabweZimbabwe, a colony of Britain until Independence in 1980, has three official languages – Shona, Ndebele and english. The country can be roughly split in half, with the Shona speaking people in the east, and the Ndebele speakers in the west. english is a hangover from Zimbabwe’s colonial era, and today is mainly spoken by the older-generation urban black Zimbabweans and the dramatically reduced pool of white Zimbabweans. During the pre-Independence era, education and health in rural areas was largely supported by the large number of white-owned farms, who provided millions of black Zimbabweans and their families with economic and social security. But with the implementation of the land settlement policy from 2000, the number of viable farm holdings has dwindled from over 6,500 to less than 500. A consequential loss has been dramatic disintegration of vital community-level services and support. With a president who openly and vehemently expresses his hatred for the British and their colonial influence, and a questionable human rights record, international donors are reluctant to provide much-needed assistance to support government that came to power over three decades ago. The country’s economic situation has dramatically deteriorated in