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

Feature: From researcher to ride-share driver: Why this Zim man made the switch

While he recovered his phone and car, the incident left Mhuru shaken.
By Global Press Journal Jan. 31, 2024

Heavy tax chews up civil servants’ US$300 salary

an outcry from all public sector employees regarding the new salary structure.
By Brent Shamu and Gracious Daniel Jan. 22, 2024

Retail workers bemoan taxation, low salaries

“So that is the concern, the minimum wage should be raised and the tax bracket should also be raised. The minimum wage should not even be taxed.”  
By Vincent Mungofa and Blessed Ndlovu Jan. 16, 2024

As parents seek opportunity abroad, children in Zimbabwe find abuse at home

Prisca believes her mother would have protected her if she had been there.
By Linda Mujuru Jan. 15, 2024

NSSA treating pensioners like a charity case

The monthly pension payouts NSSA is paying pensioners are so paltry that most pensioners are failing to put food on their tables on a daily basis.
By Cuthbert Mavheko Jan. 12, 2024

Byo courts clear 23 000 cases

The High Court criminal division cleared 3 912 cases, representing 98,5%, while 58 cases are expected to be completed this year.
By Silas Nkala Jan. 10, 2024

Why some Zimbabwean women kill their babies

Janita Corina Mesu wrote her doctoral thesis at the University of Zimbabwe about women who commit infanticide in the country.
By Linda Mujuru Jan. 7, 2024

Plight of mine workers worsens: Union

Chinhema hoped that the coming in of the Labour Amendment Act is going to bring relief for mine workers, especially in the area of dispute resolution process.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 3, 2024