Zim’s economic growth will need more time

“Rome wasn’t built in a day” one of the famous proverbial sayings people use to describe how a complex task or great achievement takes time and effort and should not be rushed. This applies to Zimbabwe perfectly, the nation’s economy, infrastructure development, social protection of citizens and all round way of living has been in the doldrums for decades but there seems to be hope for the Southern African country.

Road rehabilitation, construction of accommodation, upgrading of the Beitbridge border post are a fraction of the development projects being done by the government to ensure a prosperous nation for every Zimbabwean with the achievable dream of not leaving anyone behind. The pro-development policies being churned out by the government are building people’s confidence in the President as he delivers on his promises.

However, there will always be people who do not appreciate what is being done and it is normal to have people who are always pessimistic, it is actually healthy and required as it keeps people in check. Different views are a part of every normal society, what is not normal is expressing these views in a way that is harmful.

The work being done by the President, his government and contributing stakeholders is the foundation for a Zimbabwe that is prosperous and economically advanced and to a progressive Zimbabwean, this is what the nation needs, progress, development and action!

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