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    ZCTU no longer deserves a seat on NSSA board: Charamba

    By Stanford Madombwe THE Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) could lose its representation on the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) board as it emerges that the highly politicized labour grouping no longer commands a considerable workforce due to structural transformation of the Zimbabwean economy. Deliberate government policy to grow the informal sector over the past years, coupled with Western…

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    Civil servants seek urgent meeting with Govt over salaries

    GOVERNMENT workers have requested an urgent meeting with their employer for talks over a possible salary review. In a letter to their employer, the workers said: “Following the agreement which was reached in the National Joint Negotiating Council meeting held on 16 November 2020 where part of the agreement was to come up with a roadmap by the end of…

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    Civil servants to get US$1,000 each as COVID-19 compensation

    CIVIL servants who have tested positive for COVID-19 are being compensated between US$600 and US$1 000 depending on the grade. Public Service deputy minister Lovemore Matuke on Friday told the Daily News that 1 305 government workers had so far produced the requisite COVID-19 certificates and are therefore eligible for the payments. Matuke said: All civil servants up to permanent secretaries…

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