Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Zimbabwe's economy was already in recession but hopes are pinned on this good agriculture season after two years of devastating droughts. The country's cabinet says this year harvest is expected to yield 2.8-million tons of maize to help strengthen the troubled economy. Courtesy #DStv403
HARARE - Zimbabwe's economy is on the road to recovery due to a good rainy and agriculture season.
That's the word from the ruling Zanu-PF even with inflation standing at 194 percent.
The party also claims that the country has enough food stocks but the main opposition the MDC-Alliance says the situation is the opposite and it’s getting worse day by day.
* eNCA correspondent Pindai Dube reports.