Anti-sanctions March To Cost US$4 Million – Report

An anti-sanctions march pencilled for Friday this week will cost the Zimbabwean government US$4 million dollars, a report claims.

Marches will be held in all of the country’s 10 provinces and will involve cabinet ministers and top civil servants as well as tens of thousands of ordinary people. A top bureaucrat who spoke to NewsDay is quoted as saying:

The event will not consume less than $4 million in transport costs, food and loss of production costs given that no business will happen in most government offices on the day. Ministers, top civil servants and security personnel will be deployed for the event.

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has thrown its weight behind the government of Zimbabwe for the Anti-sanctions march.

However, political commentators have argued that the sanctions will not be revoked since the people targeted have continued to violate citizens’ fundamental human rights with impunity.

More: NewsDay

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6 comments on “Anti-sanctions March To Cost US$4 Million – Report

  1. A classic case of a failed black-run country wasting money on a wasteful excercise. No wonder Mnangagwa spoke to an empty hall at the UNGA – nobody from functioning countries are interested in stupid black politicians. Do something CONSTRUCTIVE- not DEstructive,for a change.

  2. Add the 10 million bond which Zanu is going to loot

    So the figures might top 200million bond.

    For what when its Zanu’s own actions that brought this misery upon zimbabwe

    It’s Zanu that grabbed land and pillaged private property as well as maim and kill innocent white farmers

    Zanu has a bloody history of killing and these sanctions are rightly targeted at Zanu leaders

  3. Munangagwa was never going to be a good thing for this our beautiful country

    He should be ashamed of himself running a beautiful country into oblivion

  4. The same way the united nations gave munangagwa a frozen shoulder the whole world should unit in banning him from flying around the world and doing personal and family business in their countries

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