Zimbabwe Unions Issue Ultimatum On Labour Reform Sackings

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Tensions between unions and employers in Zimbabwe are intensifying, following labour reforms that make it easier for companies to sack workers. More than 15,000 workers have lost their jobs since a supreme court ruling on July 17 and unions are predictably not amused. CCTV's Farai Mwakutuya reports that the unions have issued a 72 hour ultimatum threatening that workers will take matters into their own hands should companies fail to stop dismissals and reinstate fired workers.

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