The Zimbabwe Liberation War Collaborators Association (ZILIWACA) says it is in the process of engaging responsible authorities to enable its members to receive gratuities for their role in the liberation struggle.
Speaking at a meeting of the association held in Mutoko this Saturday, ZILIWACA Secretary General, Cde Jabulani Mbetu said they have made submissions to the Constitution Select Committee (COPAC) for an act of Parliament that ensures they receive gratuities like others who participated in the liberation struggle.
Members of the association also discussed the issue of vetting and resolved that the vetting process of war collaborators nationwide be done after the completion of the constitution making process.
ZILIWACA Secretary for Information and Publicity, Cde Shine Chakanyuka encouraged the war collaborators to form syndicates and clusters so that they benefit from the indeginisation and economic empowerment programme in sectors such as mining.
Meanwhile, a funeral policy for the war collaborators was unveiled at the meeting.