NSSA turns Harare apartments into hotel

 The hotel was commissioned by Public Service and Social Welfare minister Paul Mavima last Thursday.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Aug. 20, 2023

Lack of mortgage funding threatens real estate sector

Millin said this was the reason why most people could not afford proper housing.
By Melody Chikono Aug. 4, 2023

Pensioners protest over US$ allowances

In separate interviews, the visibly angry pensioners said they had had enough of being paid in worthless Zimdollars.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Jul. 14, 2023

Govt salary offer ‘too little’, say teachers

Masaraure said unions were clear that they wanted a collective bargaining platform to replace the NJNC.
By Lorraine Muromo Jun. 29, 2023

Fundira appointed NSSA board chairperson

His appointment follows the resignation of Percy Toriro as chairperson in March before the expiry of his term.
By Priveledge Gumbodete May. 12, 2023

Salary dispute threatens schools opening

Teachers are demanding a minimum of US$1 260. They are currently earning US$250 and between $160 000 and $200 000 in the local currency.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 1, 2023

Govt pledges to review pensioners’ payouts

Mavima said this while handing over performance contracts to heads of three parastatals, namely NSSA, the National Building Society (NBS) and the Zipam.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Apr. 25, 2023

Govt trampling on labour laws: US

“The Ministry of Public Service and Labour is responsible for enforcing the minimum wage and work hours laws for each sector,” the report noted. 
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 18, 2023

Govt sees jobs growth despite frustrations

The country’s industries were utilising a combined 56% of their installed capacities in 2021, according to official data.
By Freeman Makopa Apr. 6, 2023