Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has signed into law the Tripartite Negotiating Forum Bill. The bill which outlaws industrial actions like strikes and protests before exhausting other avenues comes at a time when Mnangagwa's administration is facing protest over the deteriorating economic situation in the country.
Tripartite Negotiation Forum Launched 20 Years Later Amid Visible Tensions
New Zimbabwe, 6 June 2019
Representatives from labour, business and government Wednesday successfully launched a legislated Tripartite Negotiation Forum (TNF) which facilitate dialogue towards national… Read more »
Zimbabwe workers strike (file photo).
Mnangagwa Pleads With Workers to Abandon Confrontation With Govt
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has pleaded with Zimbabwean workers to abandon their confrontational approach with his government following wild protests in January this year that… Read more »
Govt to Civil Servants - No Salary Increase Yet
New Zimbabwe, 5 June 2019
Government has dismissed reports of an imminent salary increase to all civil servants adding discussions are still underway. Read more »
US-Backed Demo Stutters
The Herald, 31 May 2019
The United States Embassy in Zimbabwe openly pinned its mast on the anti-Government movement in Harare yesterday after it made a desperate call for the opposition to demonstrate… Read more »
Union Chief Blasts Opaque Mnangagwa Mega Deals
New Zimbabwe, 28 March 2019
Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) secretary general Japhet Moyo has scorned President Emmerson Mnangagwa's infertile attempts to attract foreign investment back into the… Read more »
High Court Overturns Police Ban On Youth Protest
New Zimbabwe, 28 April 2019
A High Court judge in Harare, issued an order last week allowing the National Youth Organisation (NAYO), to proceed with its demonstration against what the group says is shrinking… Read more »
The U.S. government has come under fire from Zimbabwe's state-owned newspaper The Herald, after they issued a travel advisory to U.S. citizens travelling to Zimbabwe, warning them ... Read more »
Journalists from the country's private media marched to the Harare Central Police Station to hand over a petition against police brutality after anti-riot police fired teargas into ... Read more »
Nearly 400 people linked to violence that rocked the country - after President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced a 150% fuel price hike - have been convicted. Thousands of Zimbabweans ... Read more »
A number of NGOs are cancelling their programs, fearing victimisation, following threats by President Emmerson Mnangagwa that he would go after NGOs who organised the January ... Read more »
Police were deployed across Harare after protesters blocked a number of roads following the government's decision to more than double the price of fuel. Read more »
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