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Wednesday, 18 July 2007

PETITION DELIVERED TO THE CHANCELLOR OF WITS UNIVERSITY!


FOR THE PRESS

PETITION TO THE CHANCELLOR (WITS UNIVERSITY) ON ZANU (PF) SONS AND DAUGHTERS STUDYING AT YOUR INSTITUTION (PRESENTED IN JOHANNESBURG ON 20 JULY 2007)



We the undersigned Zimbabwe Youth Movements in South Africa and individuals in solidarity with the people of Zimbabwe hereby petition the South African government through the University of Wits Chancellor to expel ZANU (PF) beneficiaries sons and daughters and relatives studying at the institution.

Since 1991 when the ZANU (PF) government privatized institutions of higher learning students at colleges and universities have found the going very tough for them because they are attending lectures on empty stomach.

Zimbabwe Government has complicated all educational institutions at the expense of poor Zimbabweans whilst they send their children and relatives to better educational institutions beyond Zimbabwe boarders

Today the military has closed the University of Zimbabwe thus denying our brothers and sisters a bright and better future

We demand that with immediate effect expel all Zimbabwe Government beneficiaries from your institution.

The is going to be a march on Friday 20th July 2007 as from 10.00am to 2.00pm from 114 Rissik Street Braamfontein up along Smit Street into Jan Smits and people will be gathered at Station Street gate at the Wits University


For more information contact

Remember Moyo 072 032 4223
Simon "Dread" Mudekwa 072 261 1493

Thursday, 12 July 2007

ZCTU TO RESIST ANY PAY CUTS!

ZCTU will resist any salary cuts
 
It has come to the attention of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) that plans are underway to cut salaries of all workers by 50 percent in line with the price cuts that have been indiscriminately taking place.
 
This plan is allegedly being masterminded by business, government and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe . The ZCTU would like to make it known that it will fiercely resist this move as it is retrogressive and goes against the dictates of International Labour Organization Conventions. Government and business are the only parties that came up with the idea, which goes against the spirit of tripartism enshrined in ILO Convention 144. The government is running around like a headless chicken without to say the least.
 
The Labour Act does not give the Minister of Labour or any other government agency any power whatsoever to slash salaries of employees who are covered by the Act.
 
Already workers have been on an uneven footing with salaries falling way below the Poverty Datum Line. It would be unfair for government and its agencies to want to cut salaries by half when workers are struggling to survive. The PDL was at $5,5m as at end of May 2007 and salaries were supposed to be increased to that level and reviewed on a monthly basis thereafter to match the PDL. Parties to the TNF agreed to this arrangement and signed the Incomes and Prices Stabilization Protocol on June 1 2007. Prices have escalated since then and neither business nor government has bothered to raise salaries to match the PDL.
 
The workers are tired of being sacrificial lambs and bearing the brunt of bad governance, bad economic policies, and ill-thought political projects. The ZCTU reiterates that an economy cannot be run on the basis of political projects but on sustainable programmes.
 
Labour demands a return to sanity from government, business and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe . A country cannot be run on the whim of ill-thought political projects that are of no benefit to the ordinary citizens. We demand that the authorities rethink on this heartless strategy as it will certainly throw the country into chaos and eventually anarchy. As of now some workers have been placed on forced leave.
 
The ZCTU is prepared to resist any move to cut salaries of all workers by 50 percent and therefore, urges workers to be prepared for massive resistance.
 
                                                                                                10 July 2007
 
 
 
Wellington Chibebe
SECRETARY GENERAL
 
**********************
Khumbulani Ndlovu
Information Officer
Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions
P.O Box 3549
Harare, Zimbabwe
 
Telephone 263-4-794702/794742
Cell 263 11 620 232
Fax 263-4- 728484
E-mail
info@zctu.co.zw
Website www.zctu.co.zw


 

Friday, 6 July 2007

MATADZA HERE KUTIURAYIRA MUNHU ASHUNGURUDZA ZIMBABWE???


MATADZA HERE KUTIURAYIRA MUNHU ASHUNGURUDZA ZIMBABWE???

Hanzi vamwe mai vechikuru vakati vangopinda mukombi vagara kubva vatanga kutaura vega.

"Varume vemuZimbabwe ndaifunga kuti varume, hapana nezviripo zvese, chokwadi vatadza here kungotiurayira iye munhu one adai kutiomesera upenyu hwedu chokwadi tingatambura kudai sepasina varume vanogona kungomuuraya."

Mukombi umu maiva nemupurisa ndokubva avati,"Amai zvamurikutaura zvinosungisa."
Zvikanzi "Kana urisewe mupurisa ibva watonyarara zvako nekuti pfuti munadzo saka chinonetsa kuuraya munhu mumwe chete chaiye chii ipapo? Ndimi varume nhando imi! Tibvire kungogonera isu madzimai, zvino ini ndiri nani ndatombokuudzai zvamuri kutadza kuita."


Mupurisa nekushatirwa akabva ati kuna Kombi Driver, "Hande paPolice Station namai ava." Ivo ndokuti, "Asi wopenga nhai mwanangu? Izvozvo zvamatadza ndizvo zvaungade kuti ndinoudzawo vamwe vako pakamba. Kowadii kungonovaudza wega kuda vangaona zvokuita tikabuda munhamo iyi."

Kombi ichisvika pakamba mupurisa akabva angoti, "Amai vaendwe navo kwaOfficer-in-charge."
Akabva atanga kutaura zvakangazvataurwa namai ava. Officer- in-charge uye akabva ati, "Amai zviri kutaurwa ichokwadi here?"
Ivo vakati, "Mwanangu tanzwa chokwadi konewo mukuru wepano watadzawo kumuurayawo here munhu uyu?"


Zvikanzi, "Amai munechokwadi nezvamurikutaura here and huye munhu wamuri kutaura nezvake munomuziva here?"
Zvikanzi, "Ndingatadza kuziva nyoka yakadaro kosaka wati ndinopenga here ini?"
Zvikanzi,"Amai munofira mujere nezvamurikutaura izvi." Zvikanzi:"Mujere?? Ndosaka ndamboudza umwe wako kuti muri varume nhando nekuti kana uchiti munhu anetsa vanhu Zimbabwe ino yese ngaarambe ari mupenyu muchitadza kumuuraya wavakuti ndinofira mujere?"


Zvikanzi:"Amai ndava kudzokorora kechipiri... Ndati munhu wamurikutaura munomuziva here?"

Zvikanzi namai vaya: "Eheka ndinomuziva - ndinorevaka iye TONY BLAIR!!!!"


 

Sunday, 1 July 2007

Mugabe plays risky game with Zimbabwe economy!!


Mugabe plays risky game with Zimbabwe economy
Published Date: June 30, 2007
By MacDonald Dzirutwe

President Robert Mugabe's new push to get tough on the economy may bring short-term political benefits but is likely to leave Zimbabwe in even worse straits as its economic infrastructure collapses. Mugabe - facing the highest inflation rate in the world and simmering political troubles - this week warned that he was ready to nationalize firms accused of "dirty tricks" against his rule, sending fresh jitters through the country's beleaguered business community.

Any move to follow through on the threat could push out Zimbabwe's few remaining foreign investors, deepening its pariah status, and could see more Zimbabwean products shut out of international markets as buyers look for suppliers unhampered by political problems, analysts say. Mugabe made his comments the day after his government tabled a bill which seeks to hand majority holding of all businesses - including banks and mines - to local Zimbabweans, and ordered a price freeze in an effort to fight inflation, now nearing 4,000 percent.

Political analysts said Mugabe's moves appeared aimed at mollifying an increasingly restive population, but warned that his actions could have disastrous results. Mugabe, Zimbabwe's sole ruler since independence in 1980 who is seeking re-election in 2008, could also use the planned empowerment law to enrich supporters and consolidate ranks before next year's general elections, analysts said.

Leading political commentator Eldred Masunungure said the announcements were designed to assure voters that Mugabe's government was in full control of the economy and had their interests at heart. "The government has exhausted all other alternatives (to manage the economy) and all this is an expression of failure and inability to control or manipulate the economy," he said. "But they cannot just remain aloof. They have to be seen to be doing something, even though it is not addressing the fundamental problems afflicting the economy," Masunungure said.

Some economists say the threats should be taken seriously, noting that Mugabe has done this before. They point to his pre-election seizure of white-owned farms in 2000 that critics say has worsened the economic crisis and food shortages. While Mugabe won the 2000 election, the country he rules is in far worse shape than before.

Once the bread basket of the region, Zimbabwe has endured a punishing recession that has squeezed consumers with skyrocketing inflation, left four out of five people without jobs and resulted in shortages of foreign currency, food and fuel. Mugabe says the economy has been sabotaged by his Western foes and branded company executives "serpents" drafted by former colonial power Britain to help topple him by raising prices, cutting production and stashing foreign earnings abroad.

In the past week alone, prices have gone up threefold, further squeezing consumers, especially urban workers who have to live with severe water and power cuts, burst sewer pipes and a suffocating political environment. Authorities have set up a police crack unit to arrest business people who defy an order to roll back all prices to June 18 levels. Some goods have already disappeared from shops after the directive. Analysts said price controls would drive the economy even further underground - making it all but impossible for the authorities to regain control despite Mugabe's vows that both his government and the economy will ride out the storm, thanks to widespread popular support.

"Things will get a great deal worse," said Anthony Hawkins, professor of business studies at the University of Zimbabwe. "It's a sign of desperation, casting around for extreme solutions." Masunungure agreed, saying Mugabe's proposals were likely to hasten the economic meltdown. "This is a symbolic reaction to something beyond government's control but more importantly, it is a boost to the black market and we will see even more vicious price increases." - Reuters

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