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Zimbabwean Furniture Workers Threatened by Fires, While Authorities Struggle to Help

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: BusinessCorruptionEntrepreneurshipPolitics

Furniture workers make up a large portion of Zimbabwe’s informal economy. But in this particular manufacturing complex, their livelihoods are in danger from constant fires that the authorities can’t address.

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Tired of Corruption, Ugandans Explore Formal Banking Opportunities

Region: Uganda

Topics: CorruptionMoney

In Uganda, formal banking has not been a popular or traditional option for investing money. But that may change as the challenges of doing business have more Ugandans seeking out low-risk alternatives.

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Zimbabwe’s Drivers Risk Safety to Opt out of Costly Driver’s Licenses

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Corruption

Zimbabwe's economic crisis and high unemployment have made driving taxis a lucrative career option, but many drivers have opted to forgo a driver's license. They argue that corruption makes the official process more expensive than going without, but the country's high rate of traffic accidents makes the real cost nearly impossible to estimate.

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Corruption: Zimbabweans Don’t Like It, but Many Say It Works

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: CorruptionElections

Bribery, kickbacks and other forms of corruption are common in Zimbabwe, and many Zimbabweans say they’d like to rid their country of the problem. At the same time, they acknowledge that, at times, they benefit from the system as is.

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