The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions is set for its first confrontation with the government over amendments to the Labour Relations Act which it claims will weaken the position of the worker.
The good turnout at various points where the Worker’s Day celebrations were being held this year should be of great concern to leaders of the ruling ZANU-PF especially when one takes into consideration that people were not bussed to these venues.
The recent complaint by senior secretary for finance, Elias Mushayakarara, the man who should know where our money is going, that there were too many passengers within the civil service who were paid for doing nothing should be taken seriously.
– only political intervention can save it The proposed vehicle assembly joint venture between Italian company, Fiat, and the Harare-based Zimbabwe Automotive Industries which was launched with pomp and ceremony at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in 1990 seems to be collapsing.
Roy Lander, chairman of Anglo-American Corporation and several other companies in Zimbabwe, is going places.