TECHNIKARI with King Kandoro: Zimbabwe’s economy is a Mshikashika

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Technikari with King Kandoro

The recent policy measures that were put in place by the government left many scratching their heads as to what is going on in Zimbabwe. The most confusing one of them all was the banning of credit which was overturned, but not as loudly as loans were banned. To get stuck into the immediate and future effects of new policies (those that remain), we were joined on this episode of Technikari by a peerless economic mind, a man who needs no introduction, the one and only King Kandoro.

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  1. Alfred Mwamuka

    Good Day I want to connect with Takudzwa Nhongo so that i can use his e-learning app .I am an Education Specialist at a TVET College in South Africa.I want my students and lecturers to use this e-learning app.Thank you in advance.

    1. Ms Dzimunwe

      Techzim filter blocked the links in my reply. Try them on Facebook and LinkedIn

  2. Ms Dzimunwe

    Try direct messaging on their social media and email:

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