‘Low civil servants wages a time bomb’

Contacted for comment, the newly-appointed Public Service minister July Moyo said he was not aware of the situation as he was still acquainting himself with the ministry’s mandate.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 19, 2023

Life skills boost confidence of children with disability in Chivi

In Zimbabwe, children living with disabilities such as Simbarashe are acquiring new skills to fully realize their potential.
By Farai Mutsaka Jul. 30, 2023

Soldier forges prescriptions, claims $23 quadrillion

Nason Mhlanga (47) yesterday appeared before magistrate Dennis Mangosi who granted him US$50 bail.
By Desmond Chingarande Jul. 21, 2023

Govt transfers tertiary education staff from PSC

Polytechnic staffers who spoke to NewsDay feared that their working conditions will be worse under the council.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Jul. 17, 2023

Headmaster in trouble over Zanu PF candidature

Nathaniel Marusho was nominated to contest as a Zanu PF council candidate on August 23 this year despite being a civil servant.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Jul. 5, 2023

Tax reviews urgent in face of inflation crisis

The Zimbabwe dollar lost value significantly between May and June as the government struggled to put brakes to the economic collapse.
By The Standard Jul. 2, 2023

China pledges more help for agric sector

He said China was committed to expanding imports of agricultural products from Zimbabwe.
By Elma Zhoya and Tatenda Manyinyire Jun. 29, 2023

PSC orders Zanu PF indoctrination

NewsDay has gathered that the indoctrination exercise, being organised by Zanu PF affiliate Civil Servants TrustED, will be held at district centres across the country.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jun. 25, 2023

PSC gets tough on workers eyeing political office

. The member shall be deemed to have resigned from the public service with effect from the date that the authority is granted for those seeking election to a local authority.”
By Staff Reporter Jun. 9, 2023