Zim crisis 'will hit SA hard'

HARARE - Zimbabwe's main opposition has warned that a worsening economic crisis will have a negative effect on neighbouring South Africa, to where a majority of Zimbabweans are fleeing.

Warnings by the MDC come amid a crippling strike by doctors and industrial action planned by teachers.

The protests are the latest in a series of economic and political woes afflicting South Africa’s northern neighbour.

“The economic and political crisis in Zimbabwe is worsening. This affects our neighbouring countries, particularly South Africa,” said Jacob Mafume, MDC Alliance spokesperson.

He briefed media on a recent visit to SA by MDC leader Nelson Chamisa, who met SA President Cyril Ramaphosa. – CAJ NEWS

Comments (4)

so what mafume? you lost the elections mainly due to your power hungry chamisa as at least 30 constituencies were lost due to double candidates and the khupe factor. to show that you have learnt nothing your president wants to chuck off mudzuri and mwonzora and come 2023 you will be back to base 1. put you house in order first boy before you open your mouth unnecessarily.

mukovhe watshilidzi - 10 January 2019

mukhovhe you are off topic zvehu power hungry zvapinda papi everytime you comment you will use that term power hungry. mafume is saying the fact which everyone can agree because it's true that people are fleeing to SA for greener pastchers it's true and you come up with your term power hungry ????

Innocent Mapurisa - 10 January 2019

@mapurisa waa mupurisa wepanet here? chakaipa chakaipa chete zanu are thieves and murderers and chamisa is power hungry like Mugabe. very likely to kill as well.

mukovhe watshilidzi - 11 January 2019

Point of correction mukovhe, the mdca presidential candidate did not loose the elections. There is crisis in Zimbabwe now because the one not chosen is on the thrown.

Amalinze - 12 January 2019

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