Zimbabwe’s youth unemployment and the informal economy (Part 1)

It is the subject of political debate and discussions on socioeconomic and sustainable development.
By Samuel Wadzai Feb. 24, 2024

Human traffickers exploit Zim’s laws, turn RGM International Airport into transit route

Data from cases that IOM assisted over the last 10 years show that nearly 80% of international human trafficking journeys cross through official border control points, including airports.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Feb. 4, 2024

Overcoming sexual harassment in the workplace

Historically in Zimbabwe, while the Labour Relations Act (LRA) (28:01) covered sexual harassment as prohibited, it did not, until recently with the new Bill (2021)
By Regina Tendayi Nov. 10, 2023

Perspectives: The decent work agenda: Securing growth and safe spaces for informal workers

The inference tends to be negative – that globalisation is to blame.
By Samuel Wadzai Oct. 29, 2023

Eye health in the workplace.

Digital eye strain is another vision related condition that employees experience in the workplace.
By Deborah Tigere Oct. 13, 2023

Eye health in the workplace

Eye health affects the workers’ vision and influences performance in the labour market
By Deborah Tigere Oct. 13, 2023

Disappearing fish spell hard times for women in Bulawayo

According to the ILO out of more than five million informal traders in Zimbabwe, 65% are women, throwing more women into sectors such as fisheries that offer hope for steady incomes.
By Marko Phiri Aug. 13, 2023

Perspectives: Employment for people with disabilities

60% of people with disabilities are of working age and yet they experience an unemployment rate of 80-100% higher than non-disabled workers. 
By Deborah Tigere Aug. 13, 2023

Perspectives: Transitioning from informality to formality

A good number of states have embraced and adopted the Recommendation 204 and have begun to put in motion interventions to ensure its actualisation.
By Samuel Wadzai Jun. 18, 2023