With Zimbabwe’s economic challenges mounting by day, characterised by over 80 percent unemployment, massive retrenchments, company closures and deflation, economic experts are trading economic text books for the Bible in search of answers.
President Robert Mugabe’s successive governments have for the past one and a half decades used all the wrong methods in their bid to inculcate a sense of patriotism among Zimbabweans, particularly young citizens.
Thank goodness! Common sense has prevailed over the “stupid” tax on books. We commend Minister Chinamasa for seeing sense and taking action to remove the tax on this vital source of knowledge and information.