Inflation In Zimbabwe Soars – September 2019

More and more people are leaving their groceries at the tills in the supermarkets these days as Zimbabwe’s economic crisis deepens. The government stopped declaring the annual inflation rate when it hit 175% in June 2019 but international economist Steve Hanke says it is now 723%. In the past week, a loaf of bread has...
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Jackals, Transformers, Chicken And Chips

We have asked Cathy Buckle for permission to use her latest letter on our Facebook site – she has agreed and you will see it below. While she concentrates on the facts of the shortages of electricity, fuel, food and medicine, what we see from the ZANE workers on the ground is how this translates...
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Blog Post 8: Mikes Hike For Zimbabwe Old Age Pensioners

In walking, as in life, appreciation often turns on variety. Even the most beautiful surroundings lose some of their lustre after regular viewing. I thought that had happened to me on the PCT. The trail has so much spectacle that my capacity for wonder had diminished – or so I believed. The Goat Rocks Wilderness...
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Old Age Home in Zimbabwe Being Crippled by Inflation

ZANE has been helping BS Leon for many years now but the need is rapidly outrunning the amount of money we are able to allocate to that particular home when there are so many others depending on us. As you can see from the appeal below, things in Zimbabwe are beyond desperate and the elderly...
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