The government of Zimbabwe is considering placing a ban on the sale of alcohol during weekdays, and at certain times. A cabinet committee has approved a draft policy outlawing the sale of alcoholic products during certain days, hours, and to pregnant women. Members of the public reacts... to them it's misplaced given the critical challenges the country is currently facing.
It is quite apparent that despite the agitation and incompleteness of citizens’ political expectations, participation especially of young people still remains fundamental in the modern democracies.
A decade of economic meltdown, massive company closures, retrenchments and unemployment Zimbabwe is yet to learn from the mistakes that put it into this mess. Inconsistent and populist policy pronouncements, corruption and political interference are some of the major challenges affecting economic growth and development in Zimbabwe.
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