Another Urban Free-Food Kitchen Pops Ups

……..As President Mnangagwa Struggles to Handle Covid19 By Correspondent Free food kitchens are beginning to pop up in urban areas as the country’s leadership struggles to provide enough social support for a poverty stricken nation. Following the re-opening of Samantha Muzoroki’s kitchen in Chitungwiza, after a brief stoppage at the behest of Council, another kitchen…

Unemployment Looms Large After Covid19

By Correspondent Unemployment figures for Zimbabwe are likely to increase as repercussions of the Covid19 lockdown continue to take a toll on the country’s economy and worldwide. According to an International Labour Organisation (ILO) and a World Bank report over 22 million fulltime jobs will be lost in the second quarter of 2020 alone. “26.4%…

ZWL$18B Covid19 Package Already Stuttering

By Correspondent The ZWL$18 billion Economic Rescue and Stimulus Package unveiled by government to support all sectors of the economy faces an ignominious failure due to strategic mistakes by the President Mnangagwa administration. Experts say the package, which is also aimed at cushioning small scale industries, improve health facilities, reduce poverty and assist vulnerable members…