Zimbabwe’s cashless economy hampers businesses
Zimbabwe’s cashless economy has left businesses in the country’s capital, Harare stranded with little or no money coming in as the country gears up for election next Monday July 30.
Entrepreneurs like Justine Mulauzi, 42, are hoping the cash crisis will be one of the first issues to be tackled by the elected government.
Inside his electronic shop, Mulauzi said the flow of customers has significantly gone down and he has been struggling to sell products for months.
Photo courtesy of Simon Berry.