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Health Talk: Nip the rot in the bud at PSMAS

The last few weeks saw many service providers being summoned by police for alleged fraud involving PSMAS claims.
By Johannes Marisa 17h ago

Govt must act sensibly on civil servants wages

Civil servants unions have rightly asked: “How can administrators enforce a good work ethic on the juniors who earn more than them?”
By Newsday Apr. 24, 2023

Zanu PF affiliate rallies civil servants to vote for ED

Wellington Magura said his party was concerned about the welfare of government workers.
By Stephen Chadenga Apr. 24, 2023

Teachers thumb nose at govt

Teachers have also been given an additional US$80 monthly teaching allowance
By Mpumelelo Moyo and Sizalokuhle Ncube Mar. 22, 2023

Civil servants get 100% salary increase

Finance ministry permanent secretary George Guvamatanga said Covid-19 allowances have also been increased from US$200 to $250
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Mar. 21, 2023

Govt workers reject US$50 increment

Government had offered a US$20 increment from US$200 and the latest meeting saw another increment that will see the lowest-paid worker earning US$250.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Mpumelelo Moyo and Nqobizwe Thebe Mar. 13, 2023

Corruption watch: No will to end PSMAS crisis

The biggest challenge is that those that are supposed to act on the offending public entities habitually look the other way. In the case of PSMAS, the red flags were flying for a long time.
By Tawanda Majoni Feb. 26, 2023

Heads must roll at PSMAS

It is worrisome that the employer has failed to take heed of employees’ plight, and government’s interventions at this juncture is urgently required.
By Newsday Jan. 7, 2023

Govt in Psmas headache

 As of October 21 2022, documents seen by this publication reveal that PSMI only had 35 of its medical units still functional.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Jan. 6, 2023