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Gweru- As the times are becoming more difficult for the inclusive government, the people are also losing hope of ever having a better and stable future in Zimbabwe. In a public meeting held in Gweru, residents felt that the government was a big letdown as they felt that the members of parliament they had elected are neglecting them and have forgotten about the promises that they made to the people. Miss Ngwenya of Mkoba said, We are thankful for the dollarisation which has stabilised the economy although hiking of food prices is too much to bear for the ordinary Zimbabwean. This leaves us at the same point that we were in 2008 although this time with food on our shelves.
Bulawayo Agenda has scheduled for the following meeting in Lupane today.
Venue: Mtshakabhandane Primary School
Time: 10am- 2pm
Speakers: Vumani Ndlovu (Lupane Agenda), Benjamin Phakatshane, Thunyiwe Zidla
And on the same day, as follows-
Venue: Dakiwe Primary School
Time: 1pm- 5pm
Speakers: Vumani Ndlovu, Benjamin Phakatshane, David Nyathi
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Bulawayo Agenda is a civil society organisation that conducts advocacy on issues of democracy. It is committed to providing an apolitical platform for people to express their views and debate on matters that affect their lives. It has active chapters in Gweru, Gwanda, Plumtree, Victoria Falls, Matopo, Hwange, Binga, Nkayi, Lupane and Tsholotsho.Post published in: Uncategorized