Zim takes Vim to its economy ... but is it too dirty to clean?

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Zim takes Vim to its economy ... but is it too dirty to clean?

The country has launched a strategy to stimulate growth it hopes will average at 5% annually for the next five years

Lenin Ndebele

This week three years ago, late Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe’s reign was on its last legs. He was cornered and outnumbered as his allies skipped the country. 

War veteran Christopher Mutsvangwa declared “the army must finish with him today”, Zanu-PF’s youth league called for Mugabe’s impeachment and the opposition bought into that.

The most important piece of that puzzle fell into place on November 18, when, for the first time in the country’s history, people were allowed to take to the streets en masse to call for Mugabe’s departure...

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