Zanu-PF did not promise to deliver 2.2 million formal jobs, it has created over 3 million : Maziwisa

Speaking during a dialogue hosted by the Young People in Politics in Harare on Friday 14 July, 2017, Highfield West MP and Zanu-PF member, Psychology Maziwisa said that his party did not promise to deliver 2.2 million formal jobs. He also said that Zanu-PF has created over 3 million jobs including the formal jobs.

Said Maziwisa:

Yes we promised that. But you see what people tend to forget and I want to say this on record and I hope this is the last time we are saying this as Zanu-PF. We did not say we were going to create 2.2 million formal jobs. We said we were going to create 2.2 million jobs, and when you define what a job is it includes casual jobs. So for example you can use the word job in the sentence as follows; “I gave him a job to wash my clothes”. And that sentence is grammatically correct. We have created millions of jobs in the informal sector…In fact we have exceeded the 2.2 million jobs, we are now at the last count including the formal jobs at over 3 million jobs.

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Psychology Maziwisa is a politician and lawyer and former member of the Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front party. He is also former Member of Parliament for the Highfield West constituency. In November 2018, following a trial on corruption charges, Maziwisa along with co-accused, Oscar... Read More About Psychology Maziwisa

Highfield is one of the second oldest suburbs in Harare Metropolitan Province established in 1930. It is popularly known as Fiyo in the local pidgin language (slang) is located to the southwest of Harare and is bordered by Waterfalls, Willowvale, Glen Norah and Southerton.It has... Read More About Highfield

Zimbabwe African National Union - Patriotic Front (ZANU PF) is a liberation war movement/party that has been ruling Zimbabwe since the country attained its independence in 1980. The party's main agenda was to liberate the country from the bondage of settler regime led by Ian... Read More About Zanu-PF


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