'If you want war, we are ready for it' Charamba warns teachers
Charamba was commenting on tweet by US Ambassador to Zimbabwe who had said, "I met with Labor Minister Mavima today to encourage government and labor leaders to negotiate in good faith. Respect for workers' rights will help create a more prosperous Zimbabwe."
I met with Labor Minister Mavima today to encourage government and labor leaders to negotiate in good faith. Respect for workers' rights will help create a more prosperous Zimbabwe. pic.twitter.com/BbRadjFGxx— U.S. Embassy Harare (@usembassyharare) September 30, 2020
He added that the communication methods that the teachers were using was creating enmity between the employer and the employees.
THIS KIND OF COMMUNICATION WHICH SOME SO-CALLED TEACHERS' UNIONS ARE EMPLOYING TO REACH THE EMPLOYER WILL ONLY SERVE TO ALIENATE THEM FROM BOTH THEIR EMPLOYER AND PROFESSION. ONCE IT BECOMES CLEAR WE ARE DEALING WITH A POLITICAL MOVEMENT, WE WILL TREAT pic.twitter.com/40pSLw0Qwu— Jamwanda (@Jamwanda2) October 6, 2020
"This kind of communication which some so-called teachers' unions are employing to reach the employer will only serve to alienate them from both their employer and profession. Once it becomes clear we are dealing with a political movement, we will treat you like political rivals. And the consequences of that are everywhere for clever people to read!!! Don't spoil a good, credible case, or the cause of bona fide teachers who wish for a solution. Just a bit of advice. This govt employs teachers, not agitators."