COVID-19 IN AFRICA: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

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Pandelani Harry Munzhedzi
Dominique Emmanuel Uwizeyimana

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Like a thief in the night, the COVID-19 epidemic has taken much from the world, and Africa is no exception. Lives were lost, and global economies lost much in income and the workforce. Many such economies have not recovered from the economic shocks even today. The devastation was particularly worse in Africa, where most economies are third-world economies relying on subsistence agriculture and raw material manufacturing. Most of the economies in the African continent do not process the mineral they produce, nor do they process their crops but instead export them with little value addition.  

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Munzhedzi, P., & Uwizeyimana, D. (2022). COVID-19 IN AFRICA: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY. African Journal of Governance & Development, 11(1.1.), 1-6. Retrieved from https://journals.ukzn.ac.za/index.php/jgd/article/view/2883
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