Government not reversing land reform program

Government not reversing land reform program

By Simbarashe Musaki The Global Compensation Agreement designed to compensate former white farmers in cash or kind is a fundamental issue governing property rights which are also a human rights issue and brings closure to the land question diametrically opposed to land reform program reversal in the judgments of laymen, Maji-Marefu institute has said. Zimbabwe’s independent think tank, Maji Marefu Institute executive director, Dr Tapiwa Mashakada dissenting to cockroach-eye-view believes that the Government has done the expected and nailed the irreversibility of the land reform program. “The principle of compensation…

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Teachers table US$520 salary demand

Teachers table US$520 salary demand

By Edward Mukaro TEACHERS have tabled a US$520 salary demand before reporting for duty, as Government prepares to open classroom doors to pupils. The employer (government) has set the 14th and 28th September 2020 for Cambridge and ZIMSEC exam classes, respectively, but teachers will have none of that till their tabled salary demands are met. After engaging education stakeholders concerning the preparedness and safe opening of schools ahead of dates set by the government, the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Association (ARTUZ) has delayed publishing its findings that will be compiled under…

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Page 8 TelOne endorses SME’s International Expo!

Page 8 TelOne endorses SME’s International Expo!

…as the premier SME’s showcase bubbles on 10th anniversary By Wellington Zimbowa FIXED telecommunications operator, TelOne, has acknowledged the multi-pronged benefits of the SME’s International Expo in broadening the horizon of small to medium enterprises (SMEs), as well as providing various corporates with a unique interface experience with the sector that has become a major national economic backbone. SMEs contribute significantly to the national GDP while providing a lifeline for the majority of Zimbabweans in the wake of massive industry shut down in the last two decades. “I think the…

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