Friday last week Zimbabwe woke up ablaze with a wave of basic commodity price hikes. Desperate and seemingly frustrated customers were seen all over Harare and Bulawayo with hordes of foodstuff as they prepare themselves for the worst to come.
Life in the rural areas have become a nightmare to many as people struggle to access basic services due to the economic hardships and grueling poverty….. Poor road networks, limited health facilities and schools as well the current financial crisis have become the daily headache for most rural folks.
Recently the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) launched and kick started the biometric registration process in 63 districts countrywide. The registration process which involves capturing of the voter’s biometrics is the first of its kind in Zimbabwe.
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.
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