Mnangagwa claims the Zanu PF govt has created over 2,2 million jobs since 2013

Speaking in Zibagwe during a tour of Africa Chrome Fields (ACF) just outside Kwekwe, where South African company Moti Holdings, has employed 860 workers since opening in 2015, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa claimed that the Zanu-PF government has surpassed its target of creating $2,2 million jobs since winning the 2013 elections.

Said Mnangagwa:

We have surpassed that. Look at the jobs created across the industries and those created through command agriculture, they are more than two million jobs and we will be creating more.

Speaking at the same event, Moti Holdings founder, Zunaid Moti said the project would be completed in September, creating another 800 jobs.

More: NewsDay

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