Press Statements

15 Jun 2022
SUBJECT: ZCTU DEMANDS RELEASE OF ARTUZ PRESIDENT AND END TO VIOLENCE
9 Jun 2022

The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) is deeply concerned with the galloping inflation which was officially at 131.7% as at May 2022, the second highest inflation rate on the African continent. The high inflation has resulted in the skyrocketing prices of goods and services while salaries and wages remain suppressed, but it seems the government remains unfazed.

1 Jun 2022
ZCTU WELCOMES INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY AUTHORITY
1 Jun 2022
ZCTU WELCOMES INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY AUTHORITY
11 Feb 2022

The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) notes with serious concern the move by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education to suspend striking workers for three months without pay for demanding a living wage.

What is more worrying is for a government that just wakes up and suspends workers without following due processes. The laws of this country are very clear and of all institutions, the Government ought to know better.

1 Jan 2022
Comrades, friends and the ZCTU family at large, I send heartfelt wishes to you all and your families on this new year and wish you all success in this New Year(2022).

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