ZCTU Accuse Mugabe’s Zanu PF Regime Of Sidelining Social Partners In Labour Act Amendment

ZCTU Accuse Mugabe’s  Zanu PF Regime Of Sidelining Social Partners In  Labour Act Amendment

The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions Secretary general Japhet Moyo has accused the government for sidelining labour and Employers as social partners in the amendment of the labour act which it blames for causing the firing of over 20 000 workers in a space of one month. The job loses came after the Supreme Court using the labour Act ruled that employers have a legal ri9ght to fire workers after giving them three months notice…

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Mugabe To Now Stop Zimbabwean Companies Firing Workers, By Forcing Them Into Bankruptcy!

Mugabe To  Now Stop Zimbabwean Companies Firing Workers, By Forcing Them Into Bankruptcy!

Since last month’s Supreme Court ruling allowing employers to lay-off employees with three months’ notice over 20 000 workers have been fired in three weeks, with thousands more now in the pipe line. Of course the nation has reason to be alarmed! Laying-off workers is cause for concern for any nation but for a nation like Zimbabwe with unemployment rate already 90% plus any laid-off worker is a tragic loss. The 20 000 laid-off workers…

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Mujuru Benefit, Gazzetted By Mugabe Section 3 (1) of Presidential Pension &Retirement Benefits Act,

Mujuru Benefit, Gazzetted By Mugabe Section 3 (1) of  Presidential Pension &Retirement Benefits Act,

Mujuru’s Terminal Benefits will Include  Domestic Worker, Gardener, 2 Drivers,Private Secretary, Close Security Unit Officer,2Aide-De-Camp Officers , Mercedes Benz,TV, Medical Cover, Air Travel President Robert Mugabe has gazetted a statutory instrument paving the way for axed Vice-President Joice Mujuru to receive her terminal benefits, eight months after she was forced out. The Presidential Pension and Retirement Benefits published in Statutory Instrument 86 of 2015, gazetted on August 7, says Mujuru will enjoy several benefits including personal…

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Vascoda Mugabe In Botswana For 35th Ordinary Summit Of Heads Of State And Government

Vascoda Mugabe In Botswana For 35th Ordinary Summit Of Heads Of State And Government

Outgoing SADC Chairperson President Robert Mugabe has arrived in Gaborone, Botswana to attend the 35th Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government which runs from the 17th to the 18th of August. The summit, which is set to focus on implementation of the Regional Industrialisation Strategy, will also see President Mugabe handing over the bloc’s chairmanship to President Seretse Ian Khama of Botswana. The two-day summit will be held under the theme, “Accelerating Industrialisation…

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Grace Mugabe Tells Tongas in Binga, ‘If You Continue Supporting Tsvangirai, You Will Stay Like This’

Grace Mugabe Tells Tongas in Binga, ‘If You Continue Supporting Tsvangirai, You Will Stay Like This’

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has warned BaTonga people that if they want development and support from government they must stop voting for MDC-led by Morgan Tsvangirai, accusing them of not understanding the history of the liberation struggle. Since 2000 the MDC has been winning in Binga North and South constituencies and in the 2013 harmonised elections the MDC-T won 23 out of the 25 wards. Binga district is one of the most underdeveloped areas in Matebeleland…

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Supreme Court ruling: ‘Hospitality Group African Sun Has Fired At Least Nine Top Managers

Supreme Court ruling: ‘Hospitality Group African Sun Has Fired At Least Nine Top Managers

HOSPITALITY group African Sun has fired at least nine top managers and consolidated operational oversight under the chief executive’s office, The Source has established. The restructuring follows last month’s Supreme Court ruling upholding employers’ right to dismiss workers on notice and without severance packages. Labour unions say over 20,000 workers have lost their jobs in the advent of the July 17 ruling, with hundreds being dismissed daily. Market sources and documents in the possession of…

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Biti Predicts Catastrophic Fall Of Mugabe’s Regime By 2016, &Condemns “Collective Opposition Idiocy”

Biti  Predicts Catastrophic Fall Of Mugabe’s Regime  By 2016,  &Condemns “Collective Opposition Idiocy”

FORMER Finance Minister, Tendai Biti on Thursday predicted the fall of President Robert Mugabe’s regime by 2016, insisting it was near impossible for the veteran leader to manage the current economic turmoil beyond the next four months. Biti also rebuked the country’s ever-squabbling opposition and civic groups, saying their “collective idiocy” has allowed Zanu PF to lead the country astray. The MDC Renewal Team’s leader was speaking during a SAPES Trust dialogue forum in Harare…

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‘Job Cuts Will Raise Domestic Violence, Early Marriages, Prostitution,HIV &AIDS Crisis’-MDC

‘Job Cuts Will Raise Domestic Violence, Early Marriages, Prostitution,HIV &AIDS Crisis’-MDC

THE Welshman Ncube-led MDC party has warned that, if not stopped, ongoing job cuts will likely increase prostitution, child marriages and domestic violence. Over 20,000 workers have been fired across the country over the past three weeks following a Supreme Court ruling that allows employers to terminate workers’ contracts on three months’ notice and without retrenchment packages. In a statement Friday, MDC Women’s Assembly deputy chairperson, Elizabeth Chinyanga, said prostitution, child marriages and labour is going…

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9 Zimbabweans Died On N1 highway After Kombi Rammmed Into Stationery Zambian Truck

9 Zimbabweans Died On N1 highway After Kombi Rammmed Into Stationery Zambian Truck

The identification process of the nine Zimbabweans who died in an accident early on Thursday morning in neighbouring South Africa is expected to take at least two weeks as most of the victims were burnt beyond recognition. South African police yesterday said they would need to do DNA tests to positively identify the victims. The nine died when a commuter omnibus they were travelling in rammed into a stationary Zambian haulage truck near Naboomspruit along…

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