Salary surveys and why they matter for every organisation

Salary surveys serve as a compass for businesses, ensuring they stay competitive and effectively manage their largest expense: their workforce.
By Memory Nguwi Feb. 16, 2024

The deserted pathways of the ghetto

It happened so quickly. I had the presence of mind to take my wallet from my pocket and throw it surreptitiously in the hedge which marked the boundary with the clinic.
By Onie Ndoro Jan. 7, 2024

Torture victims approach SSB for reprieve

After the assault and torture, Gombedza engaged Chinopfukutwa and Saurombe, who in August 2022 sued Nduna and Chihambakwe for damages amounting to US$5 250.
By Rejoice Phiri Oct. 30, 2023

Zimcodd lobbies for US$ salaries

ZCPSTU secretary-general David Dzatsunga said they were pushing for salary talks to resume and force government to consider their demands.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Apr. 10, 2023

400% pay rise for soldiers, cops reversed

This publication has gathered that senior members of the CIO are breathing fire following the reversals, which are said to have forced heads of departments to call for urgent talks this week.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 19, 2023

How salary surveys help business

One way that companies can ensure pay equity is by using salary surveys to determine appropriate compensation levels for each position.
By Memory Nguwi Mar. 10, 2023

Opinion: Market salary: Everything companies need to know

Employers frequently carry out market salary comparisons to remain competitive
By Memory Nguwi Feb. 3, 2023

‘Govt holding back salary talks’

THE Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) has accused government of making false promises to avoid finalising salary talks with civil servants.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Feb. 2, 2023

Govt circular irks teachers

In April this year government pledged to pay, through the schools, fees for teacher’s children
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 18, 2022