ZiG chaos hits council workers’ pockets hard

Zimbabwe introduced a new gold-backed currency called Zimbabwe Gold (ZiG) in early April to replace the local currency, which had been rendered worthless by inflation.
By Sharon Sibindi May. 12, 2024

ZCTU mourns over low wages

The letter indicated that any failure on the part of the employment council to comply with those requirements constitutes justifiable grounds for the registrar to cancel a certificate.
By Blessed Ndlovu May. 6, 2024

Poor turnout at Bulawayo Workers Day celebrations

In an interview, Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) Western Region chairperson Ambrose Sibindi, said the Workers Day was a grim reminder of the city’s deindustrialisation.
By Silas Nkala May. 5, 2024

Understanding labour dynamics in Zimbabwe

The stage for politics and revolution is thus on materialism.
By Ephraim Ndlovu May. 5, 2024

Is Zim opposition still left-leaning?

It was curious that the main opposition party did not give a solidarity statement at the May Day celebrations at Gwanzura Stadium in Highfield, Harare.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu May. 4, 2024

Workers’ Day turned into ‘Slave Day’

Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe secretary-general Raymond Majongwe said the government had abandoned teachers.
By Problem Masau May. 1, 2024

ZCTU urges MPs to reject 2024 budget

“In essence, the budget is hinged on brutal taxation of the people,” she said in a speech read on her behalf by Kudakwashe Munengiwa, the union’s deputy secretary general.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Dec. 12, 2023

Masaraure suspension divides ZCTU

Zimbabwe Banks and Allied Workers Union in a statement condemned Masaraure suspension.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Jul. 25, 2023

Re-imagining the workplace: Abuse of rights and responsibilities in the workplace

Wage theft occurs in both the public and private sectors in Zimbabwe.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu May. 28, 2023