Workers allowances not a right: Supreme Court

Allowances for employees are not a right but are negotiable, the Supreme Court has ruled.

In yet another labour-related shocker, the court ruled that arbitrators or the courts cannot dictate terms of a collective bargaining agreement between parties, adding allowances are not a right, but subject to negotiations between employers and employees.

 

 
First Lady dinner raises US$3m

Over US$3 million in cash and kind was raised at the charity dinner held in honour of the First Lady, Dr Grace Mugabe 50th birthday.

 
Diamond firms merger imminent

The government has called for an extra-ordinary general meeting with diamond mining companies to finalise the merging of operations into a single company.

 

Chief blasts politicians

Chief blasts politicians

The chairperson of the Matabeleland South Provincial Chiefs Council, Chief Vezi Maduna has lambasted political leaders who fan divisions as their acts are retrogressive to the development of the provi...

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ZSE opens week in red

ZSE opens week in red

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) opened the week on a low note due to unattractive prices for several listed counters.

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Book fair kicks off in Harare

Book fair kicks off in Harare

This year’s Zimbabwe International Book Fair (ZIBF) has kicked off in Harare amid calls by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education to introduce literature in the country’s indigenous languages...

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Obama in Kenya

Obama in Kenya

United States President Barack Obama is in Kenya for a three-day visit aimed at boosting economic and political ties between the two countries.

 

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TIMB revises tobacco deliveries

TIMB revises tobacco deliveries

The Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) has revised the 2015 tobacco deliveries upwards from the projected 185 million kgs to 195 million kgs.

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Chinese doctors deployed to Zim

The Chinese government has been commended for aiding Zimbabwe's health sector following its recent deployment of 14 medical doctors to the country’s biggest referral hospital.

 

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Mat South DDF operates with 1 grader

Mat South DDF operates with 1 grader

The Matabeleland South District Development Fund (DDF) is operating with one motorised grader to service its 2000 km gravel road, a situation that has resulted in poor road maintenance.

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ZIFA changes PSL promotion rules

ZIFA changes PSL promotion rules

Only two teams will be relegated from the top flight, while two will be promoted at the end of the 2016 season after the ZIFA assembly adopted proposals from the Premier Soccer League.

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Govt reads riot act on desilting firms

Govt reads riot act on desilting firms

Companies illegally carrying out desilting and alluvial gold mining activities have been given a 24 hour ultimatum to stop operations and vacate the sites where they are operating from.

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President Mugabe steers Africa in right direction

President Mugabe steers Africa in right direction

President Robert Mugabe’s stewardship of SADC and the African Union will leave an indelible mark on the continent, Foreign Affairs Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi has said.

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"I am here for as long as I am still sane, with good memory and will power. I thank God for giving me extra strength. I still have a bright mind; I still have will. I know our history more than you do. I know the wishes of those heroes and those who lie elsewhere more than you do. I know the wishes of the chiefs, dead and alive." - At 6th Zanu PF National People's Congress, 2014.

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