THAT Zimbabwe’s economic future is dependent on the outcome of the elections in just over two weeks is clear for everyone to see. An undisputed, globally endorsed election outcome could result in an economic take off, regardless of who wins between the top contenders, Nelson Chamisa, the candidate for the opposition Movement for Democratic Change Alliance and the incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa of ZANU-PF. The consequences of a disputed election are tragic for a country already in the mire wrought by decades on isolationist policies of former ruler, Robert Mugabe, who was deposed by a military coup last November. The bigger picture Zimbabwe remains in a shaky economic position, which makes it difficult to achieve a sustained growth path without fundamental…