Zim civil servants reject pay offer

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Zimbabwe’s civil servants have rejected an offer of a 25% increase in wages for the lowest paid workers.

Salaries were raised in April but government employees demanded a second in-crease to protect themselves against rampant inflation.

Under President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who took power in 2017, Zimbabwe is fac-ing its worst economic crisis in 10 years.

SOURCE: BBC News             

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