The broke Zimbabwe government is eyeing workers' funds stashed in private pension schemes and the National Social Security Authority to service its foreign debts as it seeks to beat the April 2016 deadline it set for promised to international financial institutions.

18 April, every year, is a great day as we remember to celebrate independence in Zimbabwe but it remains so unfortunate that disillusionment and disgruntlement has darkened this day as Zanu PF wildly continues leading the nation backwards when time and circumstances demand progressive governance.

THE food union now has a new acting general secretary promoted from the union’s organising department following the resignation of John Peter Gwatiringa last month.

THE Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) has rejected contract proposals for junior doctors describing them as ‘ill-advised and poorly drafted’ by a board that has failed to protect their interests for years.

RETRENCHMENTS surged by nearly 40 percent in 2014, with nearly 4,000 workers retrenched across all sectors of the economy as company closures accelerated, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has said.

The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) North Eastern Region has launched its Constitutional Rights awareness campaign focusing on Labour, Gender and Women’s Rights aimed at making its membership at all levels conversant with their constitutional rights.

Karina Textiles (Pvt) Ltd first auction to dispose of its Mutare Complex hit a brick wall after failing to attract a potential bidder with the required amount, The Worker has learnt.

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