Entry Submitted by William Tell at 1:11 AM EDT on September 30, 2021
Zims versus Zimbabwe On The Ground
- What does Zimbabwe currently look like?
- What are the local people like?
- What homes do the locals live in?
- What does the local currency trade at?
- What are the roads and infrastructure look like?
- What food stocks are in the country stores?
Zimbabwe is an abbreviation for two Shona words:
Zvimbo, meaning place, and
Mabwe, meaning rocks, or stones.
In other words it is short for place of rocks.
When we all talk about the humanitarian work in the future, we need to take cognizance of the reason and origins of the currency that made it all possible.
Enjoy the Experience,
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