Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions

Workers say they have nothing to celebrate

Workers say they have nothing to celebrate

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) secretary-general Japhet Moyo yesterday said the theme for this year’s Workers’ Day commemorations, “Workers Under Siege, Arise and Fight” was the most appropriate as it highlights the grim situation faced by employees.

Zanu PF admits crisis

Zanu PF admits crisis

ZANU PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo yesterday warned that the ruling party risks losing the confidence of the electorate in the next elections if the current factional fights are allowed to continue unabated.

Exploitation of graduates blooms in Zimbabwe

Exploitation of graduates blooms in Zimbabwe

Ethel Maziriri (27)holds an Honours Degree in Social Work from the University of Zimbabwe, but instead of working in her chosen profession, she works as a cashier in one of the country’s leading clothing retail company.

Protests loom

Protests loom

ABOUT 10 civic society organisations have joined forces to lead street protests on Friday against moves by the Bulawayo City Council to introduce prepaid water meters.

2014 national budget preparations gather pace

2014 national budget preparations gather pace

Members of Parliament converge for the next two days at the resort town of Victoria Falls for a pre-budget conference amid expectations legislators would come up with firm proposals to breathe life into the country’s faltering economy.

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