Waverley Blankets workers strike over low salaries
According to sources at Waverley Blankets, the company’s managing director applied to Nec seeking exemption from paying the wages agreed during arbitration.
By Staff Reporter 20h ago
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
How Zim can move from populism to sober and issue-based politics
Populist politicians often take advantage of people's frustrations, promising to provide quick solutions to their problems.
By Liam Kanhenga May. 19, 2023
Give Africa’s youth voice to determine the future
The plethora of threats confronting African nations demand rapid solutions and the pooling of ideas in order to construct a comprehensive and final response.
By Enos Denhere May. 12, 2023
Labour broking: Mine workers cry foul
One worker, who identified himself as Masona for fear of being victimised, shared his experience.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 7, 2023
Uganda’s State Minister Engola shot dead by bodyguard
The yet to be identified guard it is said, later turned the gun on himself.
By The Independent Uganda May. 2, 2023
Academic institutions as knowledge creators in the entrepreneurial ecosystem
Although there is a lot of room for self-employment in Africa, there has not been much research done on how entrepreneurship affects the continent's economic growth.
By Alexander Maune May. 2, 2023
2,8m Zimbos unemployed: ZimStat
The 2023 first quarter labour force survey report released by ZimStat yesterday revealed that the national unemployment (expanded) rate stood at 46,7%.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Apr. 26, 2023
Beauticare workers, employers in wage deadlock
Employers are reportedly offering a basic salary of US$180, transport allowance of US$66 and a housing allowance of US$65.
By Nhau Mangirazi Apr. 14, 2023
Crack team raids Chinese firms… undocumented immigrants fished out in shock clean-up
Zanu PF to exploit US stance ahead of elections: Analysts
Ncube feels heat as meltdown batters Zim from all fronts
By Shame Makoshori and Rugare Mubika