Zimbabwe’s informal workforce, which comprises 85% of the country’s total number of workers, is struggling to recover from Covid-19 lockdown measures after authorities cleared traders from the streets for three weeks from March to April.

Working hours continue to be limited by a curfew, while street vendors have been squeezed by dwindling disposable incomes in the country...

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