Zimbabwean Workers Suffering From Mental Illness Due To Non-Payment Of Wages: ZCTU

The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has warned that a number of Zimbabweans are suffering from mental illness due to the non-payment of wages and salaries. Speaking at commemorations to mark World Day for Safety and Health at Work, ZCTU Vice President, Florence Taruvinga said,

The other challenge concerns the workers’ wages and salaries which we have termed as Wage theft. The current scenario in Zimbabwe is so disturbing because workers are now subjected to mental health and psychosocial challenges,…The current lost time injury frequency rate of 3 is not anything to smile at; rather we need to work hard as Social Partners to ensure that we bring it down to globally acceptable levels of less than 1.

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The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions is the country's biggest worker representative with most of its members in different sectors of industry in Zimbabwe. It has special interests in labour activism and this has resulted in it being linked to opposition political parties particularly the... Read More About Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions

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One Comment on “Zimbabwean Workers Suffering From Mental Illness Due To Non-Payment Of Wages: ZCTU

  1. Ndicho chokwadi chinorwadza manje, tese tiri kupenga musiyano ndewekuti, chekupengera, mapengero nepekupengera ndizvo zvinosiyana chete.
    They really need to revisit these so called investors who are in our country, inasmuch as Zimbabwe is known for cheap labour, we still need to get paid and to be paid on time.

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