Security unions welcome the government’s proposal for extra training for guards but do not trust the government enough to provide it.
The Zimbabwean government has announced that it will pay annual bonuses to public servants but some union leaders say it got away cheaply.
A recent report notes that children in Zimbabwe are subjected to the worst forms of child labour, involving trafficking for commercial sexual exploitation, and forced labour in mines and on farms.
The political divisions in the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions are reported to threaten the collapse of the federation.
Government workers in Zimbabwe are demanding a USD440 salary increase while the employer is offering USD25.
At least 200 nurses across the country are also facing disciplinary action and risk being dismissed for engaging in a nationwide strike
A recent survey revealed that the use of old clothes, leaves and cow dung instead of sanitary ware is prevalent among rural girls in Zimbabwe.
Mining affected communities met to contribute to the third draft of a legally binding treaty against human rights violations by businesses, which will be presented later this year at the Human Rights Council in Geneva.
The authors argue that It was in fact young women from left organisations who brought the vote out for Boric to defeat the right-wing candidate in the second round of voting.
These are some of the stories we brought you in 2021. Expect more to follow in 2022.