Labour On National Minimum Wage Bill Exemptions Roadshows

[Govt of SA] The curtain on the National Minimum Wage (NMW) roadshows aimed at employers focusing on exemptions came to an end in Stillfontein, North West this week with the Department of labour urging business to familiarise itself with regulations go…

[Govt of SA] The curtain on the National Minimum Wage (NMW) roadshows aimed at employers focusing on exemptions came to an end in Stillfontein, North West this week with the Department of labour urging business to familiarise itself with regulations governing the Bill.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

UK Dismisses Moyo’s Claims on ‘Voodoo Scarf Bias’

[The Herald] The British embassy in Zimbabwe on Tuesday officially rejected claims by fugitive former Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo that London was biased in favour of President Mnang…

[The Herald] The British embassy in Zimbabwe on Tuesday officially rejected claims by fugitive former Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo that London was biased in favour of President Mnangagwa's administration as the country prepares for elections later this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

EFF Interrupts Tshwane Mayoral Committee Sitting to Demand Dismissal of Staffer in Qualifications Scandal

[News24Wire] The EFF in Tshwane interrupted a mayoral committee sitting on Wednesday, calling for the immediate dismissal of the City’s chief of staff Marietha Aucamp, who has been embroiled in a qualifications scandal.

[News24Wire] The EFF in Tshwane interrupted a mayoral committee sitting on Wednesday, calling for the immediate dismissal of the City's chief of staff Marietha Aucamp, who has been embroiled in a qualifications scandal.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Will Foreign Investors Help Zimbabwe to Transform Itself?

[New Zimbabwe] SIX months after Robert Mugabe was ousted from office, there appears to be a new-found confidence among investors that Zimbabwe has, at last, become a place where they can safely do business.

[New Zimbabwe] SIX months after Robert Mugabe was ousted from office, there appears to be a new-found confidence among investors that Zimbabwe has, at last, become a place where they can safely do business.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

VP Mohadi Slams GBV, Early Child Marriages

[The Herald] Communities which tolerate and accept gender based violence and early child marriages cannot achieve meaningful development, Vice President Kembo Mohadi has said. Officially launching the International Day of Families at Maramba Primary Sc…

[The Herald] Communities which tolerate and accept gender based violence and early child marriages cannot achieve meaningful development, Vice President Kembo Mohadi has said. Officially launching the International Day of Families at Maramba Primary School in Maramba Pfungwe yesterday, VP Mohadi said the two scourges should be condemned in the strongest possible terms with perpetrators being prosecuted and accorded appropriate justice.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Equal Education General Secretary Stepped Down Over Allegations of Sexual Harassment

[GroundUp] According to an Equal Education (EE) press release issued on 14 May, General Secretary Tshepo Motsepe stepped down on 25 April after allegations of sexual harassment were made against him by female staff members.

[GroundUp] According to an Equal Education (EE) press release issued on 14 May, General Secretary Tshepo Motsepe stepped down on 25 April after allegations of sexual harassment were made against him by female staff members.

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Rise in School Dropouts Riles First Lady

[The Herald] First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa yesterday expressed concern over the high number of school dropouts in Mashonaland Central, which is the highest in the country. Some of the causes of school dropouts that were highlighted were early marriages,…

[The Herald] First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa yesterday expressed concern over the high number of school dropouts in Mashonaland Central, which is the highest in the country. Some of the causes of school dropouts that were highlighted were early marriages, drug and substance abuse, lack of schools and gold panning.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chamisa’s MDC-T Denies Violent Skirmishes

[New Zimbabwe] NELSON Chamisa’s MDC-T party put in a brave face Tuesday arguing all was well amid growing tensions over a chaotic candidate selection process, opposition leader.

[New Zimbabwe] NELSON Chamisa's MDC-T party put in a brave face Tuesday arguing all was well amid growing tensions over a chaotic candidate selection process, opposition leader.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe