HARARE, Zimbabwe

“Dollar for two!” exclaim street vendors in discordant voices as customers rummage through heaps of second-hand clothes spread across every available space in a mass vendors’ mall in the Zimbabwean capital, Harare.

Customers can buy at least two pieces of second-hand clothing with a single U.S. dollar, as selling has become increasingly popular for dealers like 41-year old Madeline Chihota, who now runs several market stalls.

“I own eight market stalls in the CBD [Central Business District] alone and several others just outside the city in places like the Mbare Township and at these market stalls, I specialize

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