Reducing the regulatory burden on small firms

Once registered, businesses must also comply with the requirements of the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) and the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra).
By Esther Mapungwana Nov. 10, 2023

Gig economy and polygamous work arrangements on the rise

Gig workers often face unpredictable income, lack of legal protections, and difficulty in accessing traditional forms of credit or loans.
By Emmanuel Zvada Oct. 11, 2023

Zim workers having it rough

As we speak, Zimbabwe is probably among the nations whose workers are migrating to seek greener pastures simply because they are not being fairly rewarded back home.
By Newsday May. 2, 2023

Hefty taxes a heavy toll on business

Over US$42 billion had been wiped out through mismanagement a decade earlier, after inflation surged to a terrifying 500 billion percent in 2008
By The Zimbabwe Independent Mar. 31, 2023

Emcoz to hold business indaba

The business indaba comes shortly after business and labour recently signed a memorandum for the establishment of a bipartite social contract amid concerns.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Mar. 22, 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 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

Economic struggle puts workers in a spin

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) secretary-general Japhet Moyo told NewsDay Business that the labour market was still reeling from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Rugare Mubika Dec. 22, 2022

Customer at the heart of transformation.

EVERY organisation knows that it has to do right by the customer with each interaction, otherwise it is doomed to fail.
By Nyaradzo Muguti Oct. 21, 2022