Govt must get serious on TNF
Government is supposed to be a partner in the Tripartite Negotiating Forum (TNF), but its recalcitrant attitude has rendered that body dysfunctional.
By Newsday Mar. 10, 2023
Business, labour sign bipartite memorandum amid TNF anxiety
Demos Mbauya said the signing of the memorandum between business and labour was “historic” as it was the first time in industrial relations in the country
By Kudzai Kuwaza Mar. 9, 2023
TNF could solve wages impasse, if govt takes it seriously
This is further evidenced by the failure by the government to consult its partners in the TNF when it puts in place policies that have a major bearing on the two.
By Newsday Mar. 4, 2023
TNF negotiations under threat
The TNF is a social dialogue platform that brings together government, business and labour to negotiate key socioeconomic matters.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Jan. 13, 2023
Citizens must brace for a tough 2023
Prices of basic commodities are going up in response to the falling local currency, pushing many Zimbabweans earning in local currency into poverty.
By Newsday Jan. 3, 2023
Labour market sees end to a difficult year
Give us a review of what took place this year in terms of collective bargaining processes and agreements.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Dec. 23, 2022
Long road for TNF to gain relevance
However, there is hope after the agreement on the minimum wage that partners in the TNF will find each other.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Oct. 22, 2022
Govt proposes US$150 minimum wage
Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa said wage bargaining platforms must be guided by a basic minimum wage.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Oct. 19, 2022
US dollar minimum wage a compromise, starting point
The Finance minister raised the tax free threshold to ZW$75 000 a month.
By Theindependent Oct. 14, 2022
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