The report said that the demand for retail space remained high although there were increasing vacancies in the central business district. ZIMBABWE’S protracted economic problems have resulted in depressed demand for properties in all sectors, resulting in the country having the lowest rentals in sub-Saharan Africa, a report by international property firm, Knight Frank, has indicated. In its 2017 Africa Report, Knight Frank said Zimbabwe’s prime property rentals ranked among the lowest in Africa because of suppressed demand, resulting from the economic difficulties that the country has been going through for nearly two decades. Knight Frank has real estate consultants in more than 350 offices worldwide. The report said Zimbabwe’s most expensive residential properties — at rentals…