ZIMBABWE-INFLATION-CURRENCY-POLITICS

Roadside vendors sell goods at Mbare Musika in Harare on May 25, 2023. Zimbabwe's rate of inflation has shot through the roof in recent weeks as the country prepares for presidential and parliamentary elections expected in August. Shopping is best done at night in times of hyperinflation and economic hardship. Inflation hit and cash-crunched Zimbabweans are turning to the informal sector where vendors -- with little or no overheads -- can afford to undercut big supermarkets hawking goods on the streets. (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP) (Photo by JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP via Getty Images)
Roadside vendors sell goods at Mbare Musika in Harare on May 25, 2023. Zimbabwe's rate of inflation has shot through the roof in recent weeks as the country prepares for presidential and parliamentary elections expected in August. Shopping is best done at night in times of hyperinflation and economic hardship. Inflation hit and cash-crunched Zimbabweans are turning to the informal sector where vendors -- with little or no overheads -- can afford to undercut big supermarkets hawking goods on the streets. (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP) (Photo by JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP via Getty Images)
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