IT no longer makes any economic sense to continue chasing after the worthless Zim dollar, working for someone.
The rationale behind working for someone has to be
seriously questioned in light of the high rate of inflation. The costs of going to work are just too high characterised by tears and sweat. Going informal may actually be more profitable. One may make upwards of $40 000 a day as compared to the $15 000 a day obtaining in some sections of the commercial sector.
I hate having to say this but it is now obvious that black employers, although they make millions a day, are actually the worst when it comes to rewarding workers.
The incidences of underpaying are frightening to put it mildly. Something should be done urgently.
Milton Njuzu Mandaza,