Zimbabwean Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Professor Mthuli Ncube, has said next year will be better for Zimbabweans, with high expectations of job creation, consolidated economic stability, and the augmentation of social protection initiatives. Prof. Ncube projected Zimbabwe’s economy to grow by 7,1 percent in 2021, following a long slowdown. Agriculture is set to be the economy’s safe haven as the sector’s overall Gross Domestic Product is expected to be 11,3 percent backed by a normal to above-normal rainfall season.