Collective bargaining in Zim now compromised

In Zimbabwe the role of collective bargaining as an effective tool for industrial democracy and social justice has been compromised.
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu May. 12, 2024

The natural resource curse

In the schools of Hwange, dust particles settle atop tables, chairs, and even classroom floors.
By Unika Kombora Apr. 12, 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

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

Hwange Colliery, workers in labour law row

The company said the termination of employment would be through retrenchment, termination notice and dismissal.
By Silas Nkala Oct. 17, 2023

Living wage not equivalent to minimum wage

Failure to pay what workers are legally entitled to is wage theft, where employers will be taking money that belongs to their employees and keeping it to themselves.
By Emmanuel Zvada Jul. 25, 2023

Empoyee’s right to fair wages

Overtime disputes are unending between employers and workers with employers wanting free labour and workers wanting to make more money through overtime.
By Emmanuel Zvada Jun. 20, 2023

Re-imagining the workplace: Abuse of rights and responsibilities in the workplace

Wage theft occurs in both the public and private sectors in Zimbabwe.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu May. 28, 2023

PSMI workers, managers on collision course

This follows submission of a staff rationalisation document to the principal company, Public Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS).
By Donald Nyandoro Feb. 1, 2023