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Court rules out packages for retrenched workers

Fidelis Munyoro and Tendai Rupapa, Harare Bureau Workers who lost employment after a Supreme Court ruling that allowed employers to terminate employment contracts on three months notice will not get anything, the High Court has ruled. Government relieved fired workers when it amended the labour law to provide for companies …

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Zim human rights under scrutiny

ZIMBABWE’S commitment to respecting human rights will come under United Nations scrutiny this week when it gives its response to the 260 recommendations that were raised by the global community at last November’s universal periodic review. by PAIDAMOYO MUZULU Civil society organisations at the November meeting accused the government of …

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Bankers urge Ministry of Finance to recapitalise RBZ

BANKERS have called on the Ministry of Finance to recapitalise the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to enable it to execute its mandate effectively. by VENERANDA LANGA Charity Jinya, the Bankers’ Association of Zimbabwe (BAZ) president, appeared before the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Finance on Monday where she called on …

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Disabled persons lose eviction court challenge

A group of disabled persons who had lodged a Constitutional Court challenge against their eviction from  a flat in the Avenues area in Harare have lost the legal battle that had spanned almost 18 years. The group has since 1999 been in a legal battle with the former chairperson of …

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