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No joy for workers

Moyo met representatives of the Zimbabwe Federation of Trade Unions, Zimbabwe Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions and the Employers Confederation of Zimbabwe.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 23, 2024

‘Zanu PF to superintend food distribution’

The ruling party fears that non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and food aid agencies could influence voting patterns in its stronghold areas.
By Problem Masau Apr. 16, 2024

Zanu PF threat to politicise food aid slammed

President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday declared the drought as a national disaster and revealed that the country needs about US$2 billion to avert starvation.
By Problem Masau Apr. 4, 2024

Letter to my people: Burying their heads in the sands as usual

The appointment of Michael Reza as ZACC chairperson has, as usual in the  Scarfmore-led regime, created even more problems than solutions,
By Doctor Stop It Mar. 24, 2024

Nssa to hold workshop on Vision Zero

The event is organised by the National Social Security Authority (Nssa).
By Staff Writer Mar. 15, 2024

Agric Nec launches translated collective bargaining agreement

He said collective bargaining required overcoming information asymmetry to arrive at fair outcomes.
By Gracious Daniel Mar. 11, 2024

Paltry 9% of 2,7m hungry citizens receive food

The food insecure population requires 100 482 tonnes of grain during the three-month period.
By Problem Masau Mar. 6, 2024

Corruption Watch: Skeletons in the State House cupboard

 That was when the opposition-dominated City of Harare produced an audit report that accused the company of fraud.
By Tawanda Majoni Feb. 18, 2024

Heavy tax chews up civil servants’ US$300 salary

an outcry from all public sector employees regarding the new salary structure.
By Brent Shamu and Gracious Daniel Jan. 22, 2024