The price of arrogance

Should Zimbabwe be “hauled” before ILO on a matter that would have been resolved internally? Certainly not.
By Newsday 23h ago

ILO engages govt over labour rights abuses

In its response dated May 16, ILO said it would approach government over the allegations before they were examined by ILO's governing body’s committee.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 22, 2024

Civil servants salary dispute spills to ILO

State workers are at loggerheads with their employer over salary which they argue is way below what they were earning in October 2018 in United States dollars.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 15, 2024

Beam paralyses quality education: Teachers

He said government had a constitutional duty to progressively make education accessible and available by implementing reasonable legislative measures.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 5, 2024

Teachers’ union leader in transfer saga

Chere yesterday confirmed the latest developments saying that his move to Wedza District hit a brick wall after being told that there was no vacant place at Chitida Secondary School.
By Gracious Daniel Feb. 10, 2024

‘Zanu PF, FAZ abused school facilities during elections’

Latest data from the Artuz  School Violation report showed that at least 230 cases of abuse of school facilities were recorded in the run up to the polls.
By Brent Shamu Dec. 28, 2023
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Gloomy Christmas for Zimbabweans

Five years on, the cost of living keeps skyrocketing amid poor salaries earned by the majority of workers in the private and public sectors, who say they face a gloomy Christmas.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 24, 2023

Zanu PF wary of CSOs, teachers’ unions

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe leader Obert Masaraure said the accusations were meant to deflect attention from Zanu PF’s failures.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Nov. 15, 2023

Civil servants restive over bonus

The civil servants have also requested government to deal with some of the outstanding issues agreed on to improve their working conditions.
By Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 6, 2023