Speaking on the sidelines of the 2017 commemoration of the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day at Dingimuzi Stadium in Plumtree on Friday, NetOne chief operations officer Mr Clever Isaya said his organisation is set to recruit 2 000 workers in Bulawayo this month before moving to other Matabeleland provinces.
Isaya said that the people are expected to start work on the 1st of July. Said Isaya:
The recruitment of 2 000 workers would start this month and the brand ambassadors would start work on the first of July that is for Bulawayo, Matabeleland North and South provinces respectively. Our main aim is to create 20 000 jobs by year end and we have so far recruited 2 000 workers in Zone 1 areas that is Harare and other outlying areas. As NetOne we are aware of the need to fulfil employment creation as stated in the Zim-Asset blue print and we are happy to be part of this initiative.
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He said that NetOne will start branding water bottles under One Fusion as a way of taking the brand to the people.
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