If you wanted to make it so that any and all web pages that you owned were optimized for the various search engines that you would want them to be listed on, you might have tried to stuff massive amounts of keywords into your content at any given point in time. However, this is something that would now be harmful for you in some way, shape or form. A big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that SEO requirements have changed, and there is a whole different set of factors that you need to adhere to if you want things to go as smoothly as you would ideally prefer.
One of the biggest changes in Zimbabwe SEO is that you need to start using professional and natural sounding language. Keywords matter a lot less than the quality of the content that you are putting out, and suffice it to say that if you go for low quality content wherein the keywords are very obviously being stuffed in then your page would be ranked so low that no one would ever be able to stumble upon it at all.
In fact, there is a strong chance that your webpage might not get listed at all, so you need to start updating your SEO strategy so that you can incorporate elements that would be more informative and useful to users. This will improve the overall efficacy of your website as well so this is a bit of a win-win situation if you think about it rationally without letting your biases override your ability to understand the logic behind these brand new search engine changes.