Jonathan Wutawunashe

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    Civil servants begin registering for cheap Govt loans

    CIVIL servants have been given until end of this month to register for the $75 million Government Employees Mutual Savings (GEMS) loan fund, which aims to improve public workers’ livelihoods through flexible and concessionary loans. Interested Government employees are required to register at their respective ministries, which will then submit lists to the Salary Service Bureau (SSB) for deductions that…

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    Govt reintroduces US$75 monthly COVID-19 allowance for civil servants

    GOVERNMENT has announced the reintroduction of the US$75 a month COVID-19 allowance for all civil servants, while pensioners will get US$30. President Mnangagwa’s administration introduced the adjustment last year to cushion civil servants and the latest relief will also be extended to contract workers and aides of the visually-impaired. The US dollar component allowance will be paid in the local…

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    Civil servants get bonuses this month

    GOVERNMENT has advised that it will this month start to pay civil servants their annual bonuses, and these will be paid in two phases. In a statement, the secretary in the Public Service Commission, Jonathan Wutawunashe said Government has also agreed on a cost of living adjustment effective November 1. “The Public Service Commission is pleased to advise that Government…

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