Bleak Christmas for Zimbabweans

There’s a shortage of basic commodities, like bread and fuel and with no signs of things turning around, opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, wants President Emerson Mnangagwa to take urgent action. Courtesy #DStv403

HARARE - Zimbabwe’s economic crisis has seen most people struggle to travel for Christmas holidays.

Those who wished to do so braved sleeping in long winding queues for fuel and other basic commodities.

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There is a shortage of basic commodities, like bread and fuel, and with no signs of things turning around, opposition leader Nelson Chamisa wants President Emerson Mnangagwa to take urgent action.

Chamisa visited the main Harare Bus Terminus in Mbare where he met a few travellers.

He has described this year's Christmas period, as the worst ever for Zimbabweans.

eNCA reporter Pindai Dube has more on the story in the video above.  

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eNCA