Life gets harder for the people of Zimbabwe as the country records high inflation rates.
Many others are now seeking to leave as conditions worsen under President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who had promised an economic revival after he succeeding long-ruling Robert Mugabe in 2017.
Mnangagwa vowed to end the country’s international isolation, attract investors and create growth that could fund the country’s shattered public services.
Basic amenities such as Bread and cooking oil is very expensive that people are afraid of having another hyperinflation like the one country experienced between 2008 and 2009.
Last weekend, the government again raised fuel prices by 16%. The third increase since prices at the pump almost tripled in January.