Govt turns heat on errant schools

This follows reports that thousands of pupils across Zimbabwe were sent back home for failing to pay fees when schools opened for the third term early this month.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 25, 2023

Govt workers sue over ‘retrogressive labour laws’

The civil servants said the application sought to end authoritarianism in the civil service and create a democratic dispensation in line with section 65(5) of the Constitution.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 20, 2023

Teachers send salary review SOS

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe leader, Obert Masaraure said teachers were demanding US$1 260 to cater for their basic needs.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 4, 2023

Artuz leader in court for murder

The Artuz leader is alleged to have killed activist Roy Issa, at a Harare hotel on June 1, 2016 following a beer-drinking spree.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Sep. 1, 2023

Zim’s highway of epitaphs

One of the 1984 survivors, Peter Marongwe has undying memories of the highway of death.
By Nhau Mangirazi Aug. 23, 2023

Workers scoff at reviewed tax threshold

The tax-free threshold was reviewed from $91 666 with the highest marginal tax rate of 40% kicking at a salary of $15 million and above.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Aug. 11, 2023

‘Vote overwhelmingly to save Zim’s ailing education sector’

Artuz said it had launched a campaign titled Beat the Odds: #Eduvote; Zvakaoma Kudaro: #Eduvote; Kunzima kunjalo: #Eduvote to raise awareness on the need to save the education sector on election day.
By Lorraine Muromo Aug. 10, 2023

No contract, no polling services: Teachers

“Zec has consistently maintained its culture of not having written contracts with teachers who shall partake in electoral duties.”
By Sharon Buwerimwe Aug. 10, 2023

Start your own schools, jobless teachers told

The government last year launched a blitz across the country to close down hundreds of schools and colleges which were operating illegally.
By Miriam Mangwaya Aug. 7, 2023