Zimbabwe’s fuel riots: why austerity economics and repression won’t solve the problem

Originally posted on zimbabweland:
A day after the president announced a 150 percent hike in fuel prices, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trades Unions and others called for a peaceful three-day shutdown. Their demands were simple: end the economic crisis and hardships, reverse the fuel price increase and pay US$ salaries. By the end of day…

Challenges :The Zimbabwe Situation, part 1

The beautifully well endowed country of Zimbabwe is undergoing serious challenges. To name them one by one would take up too much space, but the general challenges have to do with the political-economy of the Southern Afrikan country. Zimbabwe’s political leaders have been waxing rhetorical about fiscal discipline and the unsupported claim that the volatileContinue reading “Challenges :The Zimbabwe Situation, part 1”

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