IWD: Distant echo for rural women

In addition, women’s presence in rural workers’ and employers’ organisations remain low, leaving them without voice and representation.
By Sandra Gama Mar. 15, 2024

Perspectives: Zimbabwe’s youth unemployment and the informal economy (Part 2)

Youth entrepreneurs in Zimbabwe have limited access to the state of the art equipment and infrastructure to use to run their businesses.
By Samuel Wadzai Mar. 3, 2024

Labour expert foresees job carnage in 2024

The unfortunate part of it is that they donot report. We have done two previous surveys; it is showing that most of the sexual harassment is in recruitment and also in promotions.
By Memory Nguwi Dec. 8, 2023

Female MPs lobby for sexual harassment law

The calls were made during a recent sensitisation workshop for women leaders by the Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence.
By Lorraine Muromo Dec. 8, 2023

Eliminating sexual harassment in organisations: A call for zero tolerance

Women who have experienced sexual harassment at work are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety, and they may even be forced to leave their jobs as a result.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Dec. 1, 2023

Editor’s Memo: Time to confront GBV head-on

Zimbabwe, like many other countries worldwide, grapples with deeply rooted GBV issues.
By Faith Zaba Nov. 24, 2023

ZMC unveils sexual harassment policy

ZMC secretary Academy Bvumayi Chinamhora said every media house should adopt the policy within six months. The policy was unveiled at a workshop in Bulawayo yesterday.
By Jerssie Mpofu Nov. 16, 2023

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

Editor's Memo: Don’t protect sexual harassment goons

Journalists have suffered in silence for fear of repercussions on their careers.
By Faith Zaba Oct. 6, 2023