Labour body the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa of being the same as his predecessor former President Robert. This comes after Mnangagwa said that the 2 per cent tax on all money transfers which was announced by Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube was a necessary pain. The ZCTU has planned to demonstrate against the tax tomorrow, but the police have banned the protest citing the cholera outbreak.
Speaking to NewsDay, ZCTU president Peter Mutasa said,
Mnangagwa is taking from his creator Mugabe. If you look at the process of policy making, this arbitrary action has no place in modern economies and modern states…In modern states, the government should start with the green paper and white paper and invite stakeholders for their input. Had they done this with the monetary policy, we would not be where we are. Nothing has changed and he has failed dismally, but he has the chance to redeem himself and he can do this by removing this policy.
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