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We report on the optical investigation of single electron spins bound to fluorine donor impurities in ZnSe. Measurements of photon antibunching confirm the presence of single, isolated optical emitters, and magneto-optical studies are consistent with the presence of an exciton bound to the spin-impurity complex. The isolation of this single-donor-bound-exciton complex and its potential homogeneity offer promising prospects for a scalable semiconductor qubit with an optical interface.