Masaraure’s ZCTU suspension torches storm

Masaraure is the leader of the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe. He was suspended for alleged misconduct.
By Lorraine Muromo Jul. 29, 2023

Masaraure suspension divides ZCTU

Zimbabwe Banks and Allied Workers Union in a statement condemned Masaraure suspension.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Jul. 25, 2023

Hefty taxes wipe out ZW$ salaries... ZCTU seeks urgent indaba with govt, business

Some economists say the solution lay in Zimbabwe returning to dollarisation.
By Shame Makoshori Jun. 30, 2023

Protests loom over currency implosion

The Standard established that union leaders and workers met at a local hotel in the capital on Friday where they discussed the collapse of the local currency and the urgent need for dollarisation.
By Problem Masau and Miriam Mangwaya Jun. 11, 2023

Parents brace for tough times as schools reopen

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions secretary-general Japhet Moyo said workers had no capacity to meet the demands by schools.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 4, 2023

No party owns us: ZCTU

ZCTU vice-president Valentine Chikosi said the labour body did not regret that the opposition MDC was formed from the labour movement.
By Patricia Sibanda and Stephen Chadenga May. 3, 2023

Price spikes spook consumers

As of yesterday, the local currency was trading between $1 800 and $2 100 to the greenback on the black market against the official rate of $1 021.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Apr. 26, 2023

Come clean on US$359k deal, ZCTU tells Mavima

Mavima is alleged to have facilitated the property deal without following due process.
By Stephen Chadenga Mar. 8, 2023

TNF could solve wages impasse, if govt takes it seriously

This is further evidenced by the failure by the government to consult its partners in the TNF when it puts in place policies that have a major bearing on the two.
By Newsday Mar. 4, 2023