A coalition of civic society groups under the banner of Fight Inequality Alliance Zimbabwe (FIAZimbabwe) has expressed concern over tax administration that it says is prepared to favour of elites.
Addressing journalists in Harare, FIAZimbabwe spokesperson Janet Zhou said the tax burden lies heavily on the
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has announced that the country remains under level two of national lockdown with only registered informal sector players allowed to resume operations.
Speaking during a Covid-19 lockdown update at State House today, the President urged informal traders to register their operations in order
Vendors have expressed concern over the lack of livelihood interventions by the government following President Emmerson Mnangagwa's extension of national lockdown by an indefinite period.
In a statement, the Vendors Initiative for Social and Economic Transformation (VISET) said whilst all actions to curb the spread of
Informal traders have raised alarm over delays in the payment of the lockdown cushioning allowances and that the proposed amount is ‘too little’.
A statement by a consortium of vendor organisations said they are concerned by lack of information on progress made thus far.
“We call upon
The Vendors Initiative for Social and Economic Transformation (Viset) has condemned the recent demolition of informal traders market stalls by the City of Harare.
In a statement the informal traders organisation said it is reckless for council to take advantage of Covid-19 and execute livelihood threatening
Zimbabwean Vendors and Traders registered their disappointments towards government which they claimed it tricked them for not full fulling their promises they made before July 2018 elections
Over 130 Informal Traders/Residents, 3 Chiwundura Councilors, 15 local Headmen and 3 Community Health Workers participated at the event whose aim is to amoung other things the creation of an inclusiveengagement platform where informal traders and ordinary people engage in dialogue with elected officials who
The ruling ZANU PF has been warned for using vending marketing places as their own and use it for politics, saying that the behavior must stop forthwith
Vendors have warned government against pushing them out of streets without alternative employment saying ultimatums and threats only worsens the situation they described as already precarious.
Addressing a press conference in Harare on Monday, Vendors Initiative for Social and Economic Transformation, (VISET) Coordinator, Samuel Wadzai condemned
Vendors Initiative for Social and Economic Transformation (VISET) has condemned the joint operation by the Zimbabwe Republic Police and Zimbabwe Defence Forces targeted at ridding vendors operating from undesignated points saying a holistic approach is needed to come up with a lasting solution to the