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The Mnangagwa regime has reduced workers to slaves by paying them money that is valueless, says the President of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions, Peter...

In Zimbabwe, trade unionists, human rights activists and opposition politicians are under siege

When Munashe Chirowamari left home on 11 October 2018 to join fellow trade unionists on a...

Citizens must prepare for Zimbabwe’s economic Armageddon

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Mnangagwa talks up currency reform but business wary

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Tuesday that a decision to ban the...

Zimbabwe labour group threatens protests over ban on foreign currencies

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s largest labour body on Tuesday threatened protests over the government’s decision to...

Joyless Mayday – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Comrade Mnangagwa’s Mayday message to the workers was predictable: everything is going to be better. We...

Standard Chartered Cuts Zimbabwean Jobs as Services Move to Asia

Standard Chartered Plc is migrating some of its operations from Zimbabwe to China, India and Malaysia,...

Blackmail, death threats and abuse: Being LGBTIQ at work in Zimbabwe

Can employers be pushed to take action on discrimination, even if the state will not?...

Zimbabwe acquits 7 unionists arrested ahead of protests

The seven Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions leaders were arrested before an October protest march over...

In Zimbabwe, an unpopular government is lashing out because “it fears its own people”

With at least 17 unarmed civilians killed by the military in the recent spate of anti-government...

Residents convicted over shutdown protests

As ZCTU leaders trial commences over 2018 demo...

#ZimShutdown Human Rights Update – 25 January 2019

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Zimbabwe union leader surrenders to police after protests

The leader of Zimbabwe's main labour federation turned himself into the police on Friday as another...

Ramaphosa could use Davos to apply pressure on Zim govt – Cosatu

The Congress of South African Trade Unions’ international relations unit has demanded that government abandon its...

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