VOA Zimbabwe reports:
“Economic and political analysts say Zimbabwe is headed for social and political instability unless the government speedily addresses the worsening economic situation.
A snap informal survey on the streets of Harare found that the majority of the people on the street consider the current economic situation in Zimbabwe as “very bad” and it is not surprising as the economy continues to plummet.
The country’s economy has been plunging since 2013 with more than 4,000 companies closing down and thousands of workers losing their jobs.
In the last three weeks alone, more than 20,000 workers have been thrown on the streets following a Supreme Court ruling allowing employers to fire workers on three months’ notice.
More people are getting poorer with the middle class no longer in existence and the situation is getting dire. Analysts say the situation, if not properly managed, could lead to a disaster and instability.”
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