Mnangagwa faces protests as MDC & teachers take to the streets

HARARE - Mass protests have been lined up in the New Year as public disenchantment against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration continues to grow, the Daily News can report.

 

Comments (5)

Where is the full story?

Killa Flame - 2 January 2019

Go ahead guys and all the best. I will be at work. Tozoona kana mari yacho yauya. But fellow teachers, we are not medical doctors - there are several degree holders out of work and most of us we have diplomas and teaching certificates. foretodl is forewarned. Ini zii zvangu

willo - 2 January 2019

@willo , it was better if you had kept your mouth shut because there is absolutely nothing of value you sai besides showing that you are choosing ; 1. To be abused by the government 2.You are discovering fellow collegues to use their consitutional right. 3.You are afraid of losing your job where you are being paid less than a garden boy's salary in Zambia

matebele warrior - 2 January 2019

@Matebele warrior, It's them who are being abused in the pretext that there will be a change of government via mere demonstration. Interestingly you talk about my salary being lower than that of a graden boy in Zambia - you should be my boss then, and I hope you will not fire me for not joining the useless and retrogressive demonstration. So in your dreams you teacher's demand of $3000 per month is rational? Then professors at universities will earn how much according to you the Matabele Warrior (always thinking of of war hee?)

willo - 2 January 2019

All the actions that are being planned should make sense at the end of the day.

Sama - 2 January 2019

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