Zimbabwe: Mobile Phones Big Hit in Rural Zimbabwe
September 4, 2013 Editor 0
[IPS]Harare -Prosper Muripo rents a small space in a general dealer’s shop at the Gotora shopping centre in Zimbabwe’s Mashonaland East province. He is one of the many people in rural Zimbabwe who earn a living selling recharge vouchers and charging mobile phone batteries on solar-powered chargers.
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