Zimbabwe Chamber of Informal Economy Associations (ZCIEA) People With Disability Chair for Kwekwe Territory Hlahla Ncube joined ZCIEA in 2015. He started the Poultry farming business in 2008 and he is looking after four members of the family from that business
Six members of the ZCIEA Gutu territory youth structure joined together and started a farming project producing tomatoes, potatoes, and sugar beans. The group is led by Amos Masunda. Amongst the six are three men and three women based in Masunda village in Gutu Mupandawana near Chinyika Township.
Zimbabwe Chamber of Informal Economy Associations (ZCIEA) represented the informal economy at the Gender Reform in the Transitional Stabilisation Program Meeting on the 7th of October 2019 at Bronte Hotel in Harare. The meeting was hosted by Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA)
Lorraine Sibanda from Zimbabwe talks about her engagement for women in the informal economy. Nearly all of Zimbabwe’s labour force works informally, meaning that their income generation is not regulated by the state, and the majority are women. These women often face poor working conditions, harassment and criminalisation. But there are success stories, too
ZCIEA Karoi territorial youth Chairperson Stanislaus Mutomba who is also the national youth secretary joined ZCIEA in 2004. He is into buying and selling cellphones, photocopying, typing, laminating and branding also a cafe that operates in the town of Karoi.