Tag: David Dzatsunga

Govt pay rise this month

Govt pay rise this month

Harmony Agere CIVIL servants will get a salary increment this month, with the Government offering what is available in its coffers, while negotia ...
Negotiations continue as teachers report for duty

Negotiations continue as teachers report for duty

Debra Matabvu REPRESENTATIVES of Government workers have not called for a strike and expect all teachers to report for duty this week while negot ...
Civil servants reject 25% salary hike

Civil servants reject 25% salary hike

By MOSES MATENGA THE crunch meeting between government and civil servants ended in a deadlock yesterday after the workers rejected a “paltry” 2 ...
Govt salary talks collapse 

Govt salary talks collapse 

Source: Govt salary talks collapse – NewsDay Zimbabwe BY MOSES MATENGA GOVERNMENT salary talks broke down last week, with teachers saying th ...
ED pampers soldiers, police 

ED pampers soldiers, police 

Source: ED pampers soldiers, police – NewsDay Zimbabwe PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has pampered soldiers and the police, giving them between $ ...
Civil servants reject 2,5% tax

Civil servants reject 2,5% tax

BY EVERSON MUSHAVA/MOSES MATENGA/BRENNA MATENDERE GOVERNMENT’s decision to introduce subsidised grocery shops in army barracks and for all memb ...
Govt, workers cut salary deal 

Govt, workers cut salary deal 

Source: Govt, workers cut salary deal | The Herald 28 JAN, 2020 Mr David Dzatsunga Tendai Mugabe Senior Reporter Government and its workers y ...
Civil servants in salary U-turn

Civil servants in salary U-turn

Source: Civil servants in salary U-turn - NewsDay Zimbabwe August 28, 2019 ZIMBABWE’S impoverished civil servants yesterday made a volte-face a ...
Civil servants demand $1 700 minimum wage

Civil servants demand $1 700 minimum wage

GOVERNMENT business could grind to a complete halt next week if government fails to meet the demands made by civil service as the wheels of govern ...
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