No Special Plans For Zimbabweans Returning From Diaspora - Govt
Despite the government urging Zimbabweans who left the country for greener pastures to return home, the Public Service Deputy Minister Tapiwa Matangaidze has said the government had no plan to give favourable treatment to returning civil servants who left during the height of the country's economic crisis.
A graduation ceremony at National University of Sciences and Technology in Bulawayo (file photo).
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