Zimbabwe is a nation which finds itself uniquely poised to face this pandemic. What looks like backward ways may very well be an advantage in the long term. Cash-based economies will not feel a credit crunch as 80-90% of industry in Zimbabwe is informal trading. K.F. is fortunate enough to have work in the marketing sector and can work remotely, but he details how a country with a medical system which could barely serve its people in normal times is responding to Covid-19. The Zim people have known empty shelves before… are they hoarding essential goods?

 

#LivingInLockdown: K.F. Malindi

 

#LivingInLockdown: K.F. Malindi

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  • mpho lenkokile
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    Very informative I am keen to see how the Zimbabwen nation would bounce back to business. Having being highlited on their cash system, very interesting.