Millions face hardship as Zimbabwe comes close to ‘meltdown’
Rising inflation has hit those already struggling with food, fuel and medicine shortages
Jason Burke Africa correspondent and Nyasha Chingono in Harare
Sun 21 Jul 2019 08.00 BST Last modified on Sun 21 Jul 2019 16.01 BST
Fuel prices in Zimbabwe have increased for the fourth time in six months. Photograph: Aaron Ufumeli/EPA
Millions of people in Zimbabwe face hardship, hunger and chaos as the economy comes close to “meltdown” and drought worsens.
More than 18 months after the military coup that removed Robert Mugabe from power, the new government is struggling to overcome the legacy of the dictator’s 30 years of repressive rule and the consequences of its own failure to undertake meaningful political reform.
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