I don’t know if you know the song Zimbabwe by Bob Marley, I love it so much.. it talks about rights and liberation. Now i’m currently in Bulawayo Zimbabwe ... its so beautiful and more but the state of its economy is so unhealthy right now I won’t lie to you. I like to share the things I see and tell people how it really is - I’m not a tourist nor am I a guide to be showcasing only the pretty side. . I would love to say people here have the right to choose their own destiny they don’t, people here have hopes and dreams too. The fundamental truth is some people do suffer in this country, some people are living in the red zone of poverty and it’s really sad to see. The streets have large deep pot holes that some roads aren’t roads with cracks, they are pretty dangerous, at night there are no street lights. If I was to drive my little fiat here my tires would always be punctured). There are queues that last up to 5 miles, people sleep in there cars for days waiting to get petrol/ fuel. Sometimes there is no water or bread available in the shops, the exchange rate here fluctuates weekly. Some people go to the daily jobs and they don’t get their wages paid but they go anyway so they can maintain a routine ... business and shops close weekly. The hospitals run out of medicine all the time putting lives at risk. But people here work so hard, their hustling is so strong- there’s a lady in town who sells like sweets and popcorn on the streets I like to think she’s great because I drive past and she’s working ... she could be making like $10.00 per day at the most from 6.00am to 10.00pm 7 days a week... I look at the situation and I wonder what’s next, can things here get worse?