60,000 Cases of Cholera in Zimbabwe


The BBC reports that this is the “worst case scenario” for a people who have endured some unimaginably horrible scenarios. Over 3,000 people – mostly young children and babies – have died. See the epidemic in pictures here. This come along with news that Zimbabwe has completely abandoned its currency:

BBC southern Africa correspondent Peter Biles says the Zimbabwean dollar has become a laughing stock. A Z$100 trillion note was recently introduced.


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