A price surge tsunami has hit Zimbabwe, worsening a cost-of-living crisis that has left citizens hungry, children malnourished and families struggling for survival.
For months, the country has recorded the highest food price inflation rate in the world.
The biggest bank note, ZW$100, cannot buy anything. How did we end up in this heart-rending situation?
In a new blog, titled Food For Thought, journalist Brezh Malaba looks into the spike in food prices and how various stakeholders are responding to what is growing into a serious crisis.
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