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For a long time, Zimbabwe’s unions were also Robert Mugabe’s most vocal opposition. It’s no coincidence that Morgan Tsvangirai emerged from the labour movement, as did the Movement for Democratic Change. But as Mugabe has consolidated power, the unions have become less and less influential. That the Zimbabwean economy is in a never-ending tailspin doesn’t help. By Ray NDLOVU for AFRICA IN FACT.