Govt to pay $180m civil servants bonuses for 2016, averts strike - New Zimbabwe.com

HARARE: Government will spend $180 million to pay the 2016 bonuses for its workers over five months from April following a crunch meeting with union leaders on Monday, staving off a crippling strike. Civil servants had planned to go on strike on Monday ...

Zimbabwe to pay bonuses after civil servants sit-in protest - StreetInsider.com

Get the Pulse of the Market with StreetInsider.com's Pulse Picks. Get your Free Trial here. HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's government on Monday agreed to pay outstanding cash bonuses, bringing an end to a brief sit-in protest by public workers, union ...

For Mugabe Money Grows On Trees - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

President Robert Mugabe's government announced a deal this afternoon to hand its employees $180 million in 2016 bonuses, only just managing to head off a planned strike. With an election due next year, the Mugabe government is keen to keep a lid on ...

Public servants win bonus pay in Zimbabwe after sit-in protest - Business Day (registration)

Harare — On Monday, Zimbabwe's government agreed to pay outstanding cash bonuses, bringing an end to a brief sit-in protest by public workers, according to union leaders and a government minister. "The issue that we were clamouring for, which is the ...

Zimbabwe to pay bonuses after civil servants sit-in protest - TODAYonline

HARARE - Zimbabwe's government on Monday agreed to pay outstanding cash bonuses, bringing an end to a brief sit-in protest by public workers, union leaders and a government minister said. "The issue that we were clamoring for, which is the cash ...

Zimbabwean civil servants stage sit-in protest over bonuses - CNBCAfrica.com

Zimbabwean government workers, including thousands of teachers, were due to stage a sit-in protest over unpaid bonuses on Monday ahead of a meeting with authorities, union leaders said. Doctors called off a planned strike on Sunday after government ...

Government workers to go on strike as Mugabe resumes work, starts with travelling - New Zimbabwe.com

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe, who returned from his medical trip in Singapore Sunday morning, resumed work this Monday, the day civil servants go on strike for non-payment of their bonuses. In a report posted by AFP news agency on Sunday, Mugabe's ...

Zimbabwe: Mugabe Under Siege, Govt Panics - AllAfrica.com

President Robert Mugabe's government will face one of its biggest tests in over six months when civil servants go on strike tomorrow demanding their 2016 bonuses. In sign that the government was panicking over the impending strike, Public Service and ...

Zimbabwe: 'We'll Find the Cash Somehow - ' Mugabe to Pay Bonuses to Civil Servants to Avert Strike - AllAfrica.com

President Robert Mugabe's government has agreed to pay civil servants their missing 13th month cheques to avert a damaging strike - but where will it get the money from? Some Zimbabweans have been celebrating news that the bonuses will be paid in ...

Zimbabwe doctors call off strike ahead of civil service walk-out - TODAYonline

HARARE - Zimbabwean junior doctors on Sunday called off a three-week strike saying the government had partially met their demands, a day before a one-day walk out by other public sector workers. Doctors at public hospitals went on strike on Feb.

Zimbabwe: Govt Agrees to Pay 2016 Civil Servants Bonuses - AllAfrica.com

Government has agreed to pay the 2016 bonuses for its workers over five months from April following a crunch meeting with union leaders on Monday, starving off a planned strike by the civil servants. The Ministry of Finance said it will mobilise $180 ...

For Zimbabwe's profligate government, money does grow on trees - New Zimbabwe.com

HARARE: President Robert Mugabe's government announced a late Monday afternoon deal to hand its employees $180 million in 2016 bonuses, only just managing to head off a planned strike. With an election due next year, the Mugabe government is keen ...

Govt to pay $180m civil servants bonuses for 2016, averts strike - New Zimbabwe.com

HARARE: Government will spend $180 million to pay the 2016 bonuses for its workers over five months from April following a crunch meeting with union leaders on Monday, staving off a crippling strike. Civil servants had planned to go on strike on Monday ...

Victory for govt workers - NewsDay

President Robert Mugabe was yesterday left with a bloody nose after the government spectacularly capitulated to civil servants' demands to pay 2016 bonuses in cash, it has been learnt. By PAIDAMOYO MUZULU. President Robert Mugabe. The move ...

Bonus crisis: Govt should have done the honourable thing - NewsDay

EVENTS currently gripping Zimbabwe made me reminisce scenes of rage that engulfed and almost destroyed French soccer in 2002, when soccer adherents felt hard done by their nation's technical team. guest column: LEARNMORE ZUZE. Some will ...

Bonus pay dates availed - Chronicle

THE Government yesterday resolved to pay civil servants their 2016 annual bonuses in cash to be staggered between the end of April and August. The civil servants yesterday met a team of ministers led by Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Civil servants' bonus breakthrough welcome - Chronicle

After months of halting negotiations and the tabling by the Government of rare, in-kind payment proposals for civil servants' 2016 annual bonuses the employer and its workers yesterday struck an agreement. It is an inspiring agreement that we hope will ...

Cash bonus for civil servants - The Herald

Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minster Prisca Mupfumira shares a lighter moment with RBZ governor Dr John Mangudya(left), while Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa and Apex Council chairperson Mrs Cecilia ...

Zimbabwe protest ends with payment promise - Gulf Times

Mugabe, who returned from medical leave in Singapore on Sunday, used his security forces to quell street protests last year. Text Size: A A A. Reuters/DPA/AFP Harare. Zimbabwe's government has agreed to pay outstanding cash bonuses, bringing an end to ...

Zimbabwe to pay 2016 Christmas bonuses between April and August 2017 - africanews

The Zimbabwean government has agreed to pay Christmas bonuses of last year next month. The agreement averts a day-old sit-in strike by civil servants. Just as the government pays salaries, the bonuses will be paid in batches, starting next month.