Trade unionist, Percy Mcijo, says the situation is getting out of hand in cities like Bulawayo, Gweru and Harare.
“… One gets some benefit from some (books) but of late the market is not good at all. That is talking in financial terms."
In a statement after Thursday’s Cabinet meeting, Mupfumira said the government had resolved to amend the relevant provisions of the Labour Act in the shortest possible time to restore equilibrium in the market.
“This is an historic visit to the African Union. And it will be my great pleasure to welcome President Barack Obama to the AU,” said Dlamini-Zuma. “It is also another concrete step to broaden and deepen the relationship between the AU and the US.”
The messenger of court also raided party leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s residence where they destroyed the main gate.
Many Zimbabweans such as Kudzai Gombedza say Mr. Mugabe should not only address issues affecting Africa but also focus on problems bedeviling his own country.
Fifteen selected beneficiaries were drawn from more than 200 organizations that sought financial assistance from the U.S Embassy.
The state-controlled Herald newspaper recently reported that Dzamara was not kidnapped but skipped to South Africa as a way of effecting the so-called regime change agenda in Zimbabwe.
Don Nyamande and Kingston Donga accused the petroleum company of illegally terminating their contracts after taking over from BP Shell.
Mupfumira told parliament that the Attorney General is studying the judgment with a view of rectifying the situation.
The job cuts follow a Supreme Court ruling five days ago that employees’ contracts can be terminated after a three-month notice without offering any retrenchment package.
Nabanyama said the alleged abduction of Dzamara brought back sad memories and reminded her and her family that people’s safety is not guaranteed in Zimbabwe.