US, Netherlands fund vendor unions

US, Netherlands fund vendor unions
Published: 22 July 2015 (754 Views)

Two Western nations have been fingered in funding of resistance efforts by illegal vendors who have been ordered to move out of Harare streets to designated vending sites across the city.

According to The Herald, the move is meant to foment political upheaval in the country pursuant to the illegal regime change agenda.

Sources cited the United States through PACT Civic Organisation and the Netherlands' HIVOS Zimbabwe who are accused of funding the MDC-T aligned National Vendors Union of Zimbabwe (NAVUZ) led by Stan Zvorwadza.

Zvorwadza has been leading a section of illegal vendors in confrontations with Harare municipal police as they resist relocation to designated selling points.

Zvorwadza's union is reportedly receiving $10 000 every month towards that cause.

- the herald

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