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==Pop culture==
 
==Pop culture==
The post-war “Puma” version made some appearances in television and film productions shot in Zimbabwe and set in the Apartheid era of the 1970s-1980s. In one such film, the 1987 British movie ''[[Cry Freedom]]'', ZNA Pumas appear on several scenes portraying [[South African Defence Force]] (SADF) and South African Police (SAP) armoured vehicles.
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The post-war “Puma” version made some appearances in television and film productions shot in Zimbabwe and set in the Apartheid era of the 1970s-1980s. In one such film, the 1987 British movie ''[[Cry Freedom]]'', ZNA Pumas appear on several scenes portraying [[South African Defence Force]] (SADF) and [[South African Police]] (SAP) armoured vehicles.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

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