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Zimbabwe workers day in Pictures, Mnangagwa-ZFTU at empty Rufaro Stadium, ZCTU MDC in Gwanzura

VP Emmerson Mnangagwa had a difficult 30 minutes as he had to address and empty Rufaro stadium on the May Day-Workers Day commemoration celebrations at Rufaro  Stadium

He was there at the invitation of Zanu PF backed Zimbabwe Federation of Trade Unions.

Zanu PF and G4o faction members decided to show the Team Lacoste faction that Harare is not Kwekwe by not supporting VP Mnangagwa who was the key speaker at Rufaro Stadium.

Meanwhile MDC leaders had better luck at Gwanzura Stadium where thousands of Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions and opposition supporters turned up to mark the day as seen on Photos below.

team lacoste at rufaro may day picture

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

zctu mdc at gwanzura

3 people listening to mnangagwa at rufaro

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