Most Zimbabweans who are facing economic hardships are going to put on hold travelling to their rural homes to celebrate Easter holidays.
Some of the Harare residents who spoke to Zimbabwe Independent are citing economic hardships as the main cause. Traditionally, most Zimbabweans in urban centers would travel to their rural homes during public holidays.
They save money in between the holidays to enable them to meet travelling costs and buy groceries for their kinsfolk. With current economic hardships characterised by company closures and retrenchments, public holidays are fast becoming just like any other ordinary day.
This leaves many Zimbabweans with no option but to keep the last dollar in their pockets for other urgent needs like schools fees, daily upkeep and rentals.
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