When South Africa sneezes, Zimbabwe catches the cold

[The Africa Report - Africa] - 21/07/2021
On Friday 9 July, South Africa, the continent’s most advanced economy, witnessed its worst unrest in decades with angry protesters turning violent, malls being looted and public and private properties set ablaze. The rioting hurt the South African economy and this in turn hit hard its neighbours (...)
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