Zimbabwe’s economy faces deep structural problems reflected in its high public debt, the large informal economy, weak domestic demand and the lack of local and international investor confidence.
To underscore the economic crisis, last April then Zimbabwean Education Minister Lazarus Dokora, said parents who cannot afford school fees, could now use livestock such as goats or sheep as a form of payment, with many schools having done so already.
We will take an economic focus on an African country into detail concerning challenges facing Zimbabwe, not just a focus on how the West is undermining Zimbabwe. Since the end of Mugabe, the government is making moves to institute fiscal discipline and institute reforms to improve the investor climate.
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