Many people in Zimbabwe are caught between the hard rock and soft surface as they can’t access their hard earned cash in the banks. Meandering queues are always seen at most banks, especially in the morning, the elder people most of them pensioners being the majority. Sad however, is that after sleeping at the bank queue prospects of getting the money remains low, and even if they get it, it has become more expensive to purchase some of the products in local currency, bond notes. The disappearance of the United State dollars has resulted in some unscrupulous business people hiking prices much to the disadvantage of the general public.
Social media, especially Twitter has been busy with people making jokes on Hon Psychology Mazivisa’s remarks that Zanu PF has created more jobs thus far, surpassing the 2, 2 million target it promised young people during the 2013 electoral campaign. Speaking last week at a discussion forum was held in Harare featuring prominent youth leaders under the theme, “Zimbabwe: The Task At Hand – A View from Young Professionals” Mazivisa said Zanu PF is now lost count of the number of jobs it has created after 2013, as the party has surpassed its target.
Education is a very integral component for child development and empowerment of communities. Despite such importance, it also comes with responsibility and more are resources needed to make sure that it translates into a meaningful investment that benefits society and develop the world.
Adolescent schoolgirls around the world face that reality of menstruation every month. A lack of proper feminine hygiene products is one of the biggest challenges to gender equality in impoverished countries, Zimbabwe included.
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