News:Graduates Take To The Streets Over Jobs. Ask Zanu-PF To Deliver On 2 Million Jobs

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<vote /> A group of graduates have taken to the streets wearing their graduation gowns over unemployment. One of the graduates who was playing soccer in First Street mentioned that he has more academic qualifications that President Robert Mugabe's son Chatunga Mugabe who has been rumoured to have failed numerous times.

He calls on the Zanu-PF government to provide the 2 million jobs it promised during the run up to the 2013 harmonised elections. Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo recently said that ZimAsset would soon avail the jobs.(read full story here).

Last week Zimbabwe Coalition of Unemployed Graduates had called on all graduates to take to the street wearing graduate regalia in a protest they dubbed #ThisGown. The protest was done by graduates on July 25 who sold their wares in the street while donning their graduation gowns.

You can watch the video of the graduates below courtesy of 263Chat:

Unemployed graduates display anger in the streets (Harare)

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