Articles tagged 'progressive agriculture and allied industries workers union of zimbabwe'

Union recovers $300k owed to farm workers 14 September 2018 HARARE - Progressive Agriculture and Allied Industries Workers Union of Zimbabwe (Paawuz) says since the removal of Robert Mugabe it has recovered over $300 000 owed to farm workers. Paawuz secretary-general Raymond Sixpence said most of this money was recovered after protracted negotiations w...
Paawuz calls on govt to revisit plight of farm workers 30 April 2018 HARARE - Progressive Agriculture and Allied Industries Workers' Union of Zimbabwe (Paawuz) says as Zimbabweans celebrate Workers' Day tomorrow, the plight of farm workers has to be revisited at the highest level. Paawuz secretary-general Raymond Sixpence said his constituency who are farm work...
Farm workers to finally receive their dues 12 February 2018 HARARE - The announcement by President Emmerson Mnangagwa that government will compensate white farmers has been welcomed by thousands of farm workers who will also have to be paid their outstanding salaries. Progressive Agriculture and Allied industries Workers Union of Zimbabwe (Paawuz) offi...
Farmers fined for assaulting worker 31 January 2018 HARARE - Two commercial farmers in Marondera were fined $50 last week for assaulting their farm worker who wanted to take a day off. Stewart and David Tippet pleaded guilty to assault charges when they appeared before Marondera magistrate Ignatius Mhene on January 26. They were fined $50 fo...
'120 000 workers go unpaid' . . . as farm workers earn $75 21 December 2017 HARARE - Progressive Agriculture and Allied industries Workers Union of Zimbabwe (PAAWUZ) has blasted a collective bargaining agreement for the agricultural industry that was recently gazetted for the tea and coffee sub-sector. This comes as Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union (ZCTU) produced a r...
Union fights for farm workers' plight 13 December 2017 HARARE - The plight of farm workers continues to deteriorate as farm owners are failing to pay wages on time with some going for months without paying salaries. The Daily News Assistant  Editor Maxwell Sibanda caught up with secretary-general of Progressive Agriculture and Allied industries Wo...