Salaries

Zifa blows second Valinhos chance

Zifa blows second Valinhos chance

ZIMBABWE national soccer team might miss out on the 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifiers as the deadline to settle outstanding salaries of former coach Brazilian-born Jose Claudinei Georgini, popularly known as Valinhos lapses today.

Gweru ordered  to slash salaries

Gweru ordered to slash salaries

The government has ordered Gweru City Council to slash workers’ salaries before it can approve the 2015 budget, it has emerged.

‘Workers fired for demanding outstanding pay’

‘Workers fired for demanding outstanding pay’

National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) management has allegedly given some of its workers dismissal letters for embarking on a strike to demand their outstanding salaries.

Outcry over civil servants bonuses

Outcry over civil servants bonuses

BULAWAYO residents yesterday criticised the government’s decision to suspend payment of annual bonuses for civil servants for two years saying this would demoralise underpaid workers.

Gweru wage bill increases

Gweru wage bill increases

Gweru City Council’s salary bill has increased by $65 000 after the cash-strapped local authority awarded a cost of living adjustment to its workers, a senior council official has said.

Zesa salary dispute drags on

Zesa salary dispute drags on

THE long-standing 2012 salary dispute between workers and Zesa Holdings is set to be resolved soon after employees made their presentations before the High Court.

Civil servants breathe  fire over pay dates

Civil servants breathe fire over pay dates

THE government should honour pay dates of employees because failing to do so was tantamount to taking them for granted.

MP’s workers cry foul

MP’s workers cry foul

WORKERS at Engen Garage in Gwanda have accused management of prejudicing them by deducting money from their salaries on false accusations of shortfalls.

Teachers demand land

Teachers demand land

TEACHERS have called on the government to give them land and other non-monetary benefits since it was too broke to review their salaries this month as previously promised.

Civil servants pay delays cause storm

Civil servants pay delays cause storm

THE National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) has condemned as a violation of workers’ rights the change in pay dates for civil servants adding that it would go to court to force the government to fix a single pay date.

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