President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said that his administration is working on creating thousands of decent jobs for Zimbabweans. Speaking at a rally in Bindura on Saturday, Mnangagwa said,
When we made a visit to China recently, President Xi Jinping told us that they were suspending our debt to their country. This is a political decision they made and they said you can start afresh. We were given $1,5 billion; if you remember, last week I was in Hwange presiding over a $1,5 billion (Hwange Power Station unit 7 and 8 construction project) and over 3 000 people will be employed.
They also availed to us $660 million for the construction of Kunzvi Dam in Mashonaland East. We also got funding for the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport upgrade — all these projects will create jobs.
… economy where the jobs are decent jobs, the living conditions of our people are decent conditions, the schools where our children go are decent educational institutions. All that cannot be done if we don’t have investments.
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