Analysis & Profiles 28.6.2016 01:01 pm

Zimbabwe says: No salary? Sorry about that

There is no sign that Zim’s government have a plan on the way forward; in fact quite the opposite.

An icy wind swept across Zimbabwe this week pushing temperatures down dramatically but not the temperaments of ordinary people as we approach the second month-end in a country which has run out of money. There is no sign at all that the cash situation has improved in the country despite a month in which almost everyone’s been forced to use debit cards, do bank transactions or simply go without. Nor is there any sign that our government have got a plan on the way forward; in fact quite the opposite.

Zimbabwe says: No salary? Sorry about that
Zimbabwe says: No salary? Sorry about that

Zimbabwe says: No salary? Sorry about that

There is no sign that Zim’s government have a plan on the way forward; in fact quite the opposite.

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