“The drought experienced in the 2018-19 and the current season, coupled with diminished access to external sources of foreign currency, further compounded Zimbabwe’s economic situation,” she said.
Despite showing early signs of efforts to turn around the economy, which had suffered from years of corruption and mismanagement under the previous ruinous rule of the late former president Robert Mugabe, Mnangagwa and his lieutenants are now finding the going tough.
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