Zimbabweans turn towards black market as inflation rises
Zimbabweans are feeling the wrath of high inflation. The rate of inflation in the southern African country now stands at 131.7 percent in the month of May. Locals are now helpless as they are now forced to search for cheaper products as a way to survive the overpriced goods at major supermarkets. In these shops they call trucks, lie the solution to their demise as they can buy cheaper product...
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