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Govt, ILO in joint project

Mudakureva said LMIS systems will help labour organisations to communicate with one voice from one platform to be used by the Zimbabweans at national level.
By Emmah Nhancumba May. 26, 2023

ZLHR commiserates with workers on International Workers Day

ZLHR salutes workers for their sacrifice in upholding the critical values of social justice and for demanding respect for fundamental rights at workplaces and their determination ...
By AMH Voices May. 2, 2023

Feature: Buying banknotes to survive Zim’s sky-high inflation

Ngwenya pays his clients 50% of the value of whichever note they bring — so they get $1 for a torn $2 note or 100 rand for a torn 200 rand note.
By BBC News Apr. 28, 2023

‘76% of employees not covered by NSSA scheme’

NSSA currently only covers 24% of the working population, a figure that is woefully inadequate.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 19, 2023

Tax justice in Zim’s informal economy

GLOBALLY the subject of tax justice has generated massive debate amoung academics, policymakers, politicians, human rights defenders and development partners.
By Samuel Wadzai Mar. 1, 2023

Letters: Zim needs wisdom more than money

Government and councils should make money by imposing stiff fines on litterbugs and traffic offenders and last but not least let reputable mining companies run our mines.
By AMH Voices Feb. 21, 2023

Letters:Unemployment leads to high youth emigration

The informal sector makes up the larger part of Zimbabwe’s economy.
By AMH Voices Jan. 27, 2023

Zim govt railroads anti-labour laws: ITUC

Individuals charged with calling for a strike face a fine or a jail term of up to six months or both.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 17, 2023

Nothing to celebrate on International Day of Decent Work

It is high time the government and private sector respected the workers because every worker deserves a fair income, security and social protection.
By Newsday Oct. 11, 2022