Anderson Paak Gets Spirited Zimbabwe's Codeine Cough Syrup 2 days ago   02:36

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Robbie Robinson
What style of glasses are those
illuzeweb
Tyler is Pharrell apprentice so if course
Al O.
they spelled his name wrong sigh
Aaron D
Lol Vice News just getting back from Christmas break!
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Mr. Nobody
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HE ASKED TO WORK WITH KHRUANGBIN KDJS,HKHJW IM SCREAMING
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Man got them extra teeth on each row
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🥺💕 I just want him to caress my heart
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Tyler create nothin*
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This Guy is the craziest misician
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He Look Like A Ninja Turtle
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I love this man
Justo Blando
A Khruangbin and Paak project would make me squirt tbh
TOO MUCH SOUL & SAUCE
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STOP. right there. 😂😂😂
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Zimbabwe's Codeine Cough Syrup Anderson Paak Gets Spirited 2 days ago   10:39

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Zimbabwe is at risk of losing its youth to codeine cough syrup, as the addiction epidemic has already engulfed what the experts estimate could be over half the country’s young people. Despite the growing problem, Zimbabwe’s government has not yet opened rehabilitation clinics, meaning addicts are often sent to prison or psychiatric wards.

The cough syrup, often of the brand BronCleer, is imported illegally from South Africa, and is sold on every street corner, in bars, school yards and on busses for as little as $3 a bottle.

We meet current and former users, as well as the NGOs pushing the government to open up rehabs, to find out why cough syrup has become the drug of choice for so many young Zimbabweans.

This documentary was produced with help from DanChurchAid.

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