President of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions, George Nkiwane, said the ZCTU was unhappy with the low salaries that Zimbabwean workers are earning
A representative of South Africa’s Ministry of Commerce, Adrian Adams, and Carolyn Chirima of BazTech told Studio 7 they are happy with the deals sealed at the showcase.
Year after year, Zimbabwean workers complain of poor remuneration and working conditions.
About 400 MDC-T youths took to the streets of Harare for the second time this week calling on SADC leaders to address the dire political and economic situation in Zimbabwe.
Significant proportions – and in some countries large majorities - say the news media abuses press freedom by publishing lies.
The two groups want South African officials to take measures against xenophobic attacks that have so far claimed 7 lives.
Zimbabwe exported goods worth $400 million to Zambia between 2010 and 2014 while that nation sold commodities amounting to $1.3 billion to its neighbor during the same period.
The president said some Kalangas living in South Africa engaged in various criminal activities.
Mliswa was expelled from Zanu-PF for his alleged links to ousted former Vice President Joice Mujuru.
Potraz on Wednesday said it had given Telecel, Zimbabwe third biggest mobile operator, a special 30-day dispensation to continue providing telecommunications services to its two million subscribers as it winds down its operations.
SADC chairperson and president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, said southern Africa is losing a lot of money by exporting raw materials.
The protestors were led by Morgan Tsvangirai’s Movement for Democratic Change national youth leader, Happymore Chidziva.