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JB

JB

teko modise is earning 550 000 pm,by kicking ball.he does not normaly work during the week,he work 15 days pm.

06/11/2015

mondli  s'mindlo

mondli s'mindlo

earning a salary which is less than R3000 a month and only getting 4days unpaid leave a year and then some people got a nerve to say these people are lazy! government should intervene cz kudlalwa ngabazali bethu la

05/11/2015

P Tshokolo

P Tshokolo

agree

05/11/2015

Tigeress

Tigeress

Option 1 Payment to Contract Company which employs 5 people to clean varsity is R100,000pm Workers get 5,000 each = R25k. The rest 75K to white people & kick back to person who gave you the contract. Option 2 Employ the 5 people direct & pay them 8000 x 5 = R40,000pm + R10k for materials. Varsity saves 50% . Everyone is happy until......after strike for uniforms....LOL

05/11/2015

Mmina'Kwena

Mmina'Kwena

Eish, wesu, re tlo felesa kae mara, ke mang a ka re namolelang mo diatleng tsa tau? Gape ga go loke selo.

05/11/2015

mojo

mojo

when are u educated with a degree than u can hyave a good salary it does not mean u work for a varisty u must get a doctors salary

05/11/2015

mojo

mojo

the contractors will rather fire the workers why must they listen to the workers

05/11/2015

mojo

mojo

they are lazy that's why they are poor

05/11/2015

mojo

mojo

I agree never happy till they sit at home with no income

05/11/2015

mojo

mojo

it don't matter they will still be fired

05/11/2015

Ogoma

Ogoma

Mokwena a meetse a pula.......bare masemo aba bohale ke ditlaela. Normally these are the companies that are punted as been the model black owned companies at the expenses of other blacks' blood. when they donate to the ANC coffer they don't left any stone to roll. But truth black people are oppressed by their own.

05/11/2015

Ogoma

Ogoma

Question need to asked "who owns Servest"

05/11/2015

P Tshokolo

P Tshokolo

Its so painful and unacceptable for our parents to earn such a peanuts but I don't see them surfacing in this strike due to the following; 1. The contractor is already going to loose the contract, it will only survive if the big boss is one of the university executive. 2. The employees are employed by the said contract and not the University. 3. The only thing which the cleaning contract must do is to fix issues that concerns their employees. 4. I am an ANC member and I love ANC, but I am afraid to tell that sub-contracts from security,cleaning,plumbing,electrical you name the lot, the are owned by top ANC members. 5. I can bravely tell that about 20 companies has already submitted their tenders to take over from the present contract, since the strike doesn't involve the University. 6. These employees are going to be out of the Job if their company and not university fails to resolve the problem. 7. If the university decides to employ the strikers, all private companies are at risk. 8. Once Malema (EFF) decide to join and support the strikers (because he believe in commotions), the situation will be out of control. 9. We are heading to festive season, a season that need money and I am sorry to see what is going to happens to family of the strikers. 10. I beg the University to at least speak to the service provider and convince them to meet the needs of the strikers or they lose the contract. I maybe wrong!!!

05/11/2015

Itshebeletse Motjha

Itshebeletse Motjha

Direct employement by the university,you must forget about it.If it happens most you of them are going to be left jobless.

05/11/2015

Ryan Zander

Ryan Zander

Why not just be happy they have jobs? Do they know how many people are unemployed in South Africa? I don't understand their logic sometimes! Ok University employ them but with less salary. Then they will strike again because of that. Some people you just can not keep happy no matter what.

05/11/2015

peter mthembu

peter mthembu

since the establishment of privatisation in sectors of employment the rich are getting fatter and poor getting more hungry

05/11/2015

ham-ham mos-by

ham-ham mos-by

#lowsalarymustfall. hai khona R2 600

05/11/2015

sjweva

sjweva

iLabour brokers kufanele iphele nje la eSouth Africa ukudlala ngabantu nje cha

05/11/2015

mojo

mojo

Fire the lot and re employ them on merit that way you can get rid of all the lazy asses

05/11/2015

Bafanas

Bafanas

This is a sign that people are still being exploited

05/11/2015

Junior

Junior

eish R2600......nee maan!

05/11/2015

hlubi

hlubi

U can say it again what is R2 600 with children in Varsity that money I can just use it get finish before I get out off Shoprite.

05/11/2015

Johnk

Johnk

the ANC Politicians are the owners of those so called BEE companies hence it is difficult for them to allow people to work under the universities

05/11/2015

Jele leele

Jele leele

Batsadi ba rena ba berekela mahala struuu

05/11/2015

Bafanas

Bafanas

We are being paid R2‚ÄČ600 a month, It's tough there .What are they doing with this meagre salary whilst working in higher education institution

05/11/2015

Mmina'Kwena

Mmina'Kwena

#Labour brokers must fall. They are like ticks, they suck people's blood.

05/11/2015

PacificaRose

PacificaRose

Why is he still breathing? Why have an extradition hearing, if Austria already knows they won't deport him to Pakistan, to face the death penalty for his 70 contract murders? Austria should consider why he came to Austria in the first place, does he have a contract there?

30/10/2017

Collin Nyabadza

Collin Nyabadza

A lot of awareness is needed! The whole Zimbabwean society needs to come together and help curb child sexual abuse! All the perpetrators should be locked away for the rest of their lives! We want every child to be safe!!!

30/10/2017

Rumbidzai Machingauta

Rumbidzai Machingauta

George Jr Marunga

30/10/2017

Felix Mudyirwa

Felix Mudyirwa

Good for the Police and ALL of us!! Keep up the good work.

30/10/2017

Tariro Matanga Maraire

Tariro Matanga Maraire

this is so good

30/10/2017

Tarryn Talana Oliver-Sithole

Tarryn Talana Oliver-Sithole

Mandy Boo Vee

30/10/2017

Theressa Chido Kambani

Theressa Chido Kambani

Great indeed aunt America Ndlovu Our song. Reminds me of our Child Protection Trainings in Silobela and Zhombe alongside Lesley Takurai Gwekwerere, Dougie Jumbe,

30/10/2017

Rumbidzayi Joseph Sanyangare

Rumbidzayi Joseph Sanyangare

Well done officer

30/10/2017

Rebecca Rongai

Rebecca Rongai

teach them shuwa

30/10/2017

Promise Kachambo

Promise Kachambo

y always negative nxa

30/10/2017

More Dombaz

More Dombaz

Touched !! Zvandibata !!

30/10/2017

Sam Muringai

Sam Muringai

Good work i wish , if more police will interact with the community more . Than sending out riot police to shut down a sport day out . For families what on Saturday in Mt Pleasant is disgusting

30/10/2017

Bright Mawoko

Bright Mawoko

Good one

29/10/2017

Caprivi Mokoena

Caprivi Mokoena

After this she went back to the road

29/10/2017

Blessing B Phiri

Blessing B Phiri

Well done officer 👏👏👏

29/10/2017

Samson Chidya

Samson Chidya

Officer maita tadzidza rambai makadaro munoenda mberi

29/10/2017

Patrick Maulana

Patrick Maulana

Ndipeiwo number ya officer avo😍

29/10/2017

Collen Tevera

Collen Tevera

Inonzi ,pane chayaona imbwa haihukuri sadza

29/10/2017

Aby Cloppy Majokwe

Aby Cloppy Majokwe

Really good

29/10/2017

Vincent Matika

Vincent Matika

THANKS ZRP We love you teach them .regai dziwe shiri mazai haana muto

29/10/2017

Joyline Marere

Joyline Marere

A job well done officer

29/10/2017

Siphathisiwe Tshaka

Siphathisiwe Tshaka

Great teaching mpolisa.

29/10/2017

Mike Rukwava

Mike Rukwava

Goog job there, thats what we want to see from our officers

29/10/2017

Muwalo Chamu

Muwalo Chamu

Excellent

29/10/2017

Fortune Zihura

Fortune Zihura

Kkkk thanks but my point was mainly to girls cause ndivo vano mature early kupfuura vakomana, cause it's real kuti boys dziitwe touch. kk

29/10/2017

Joyce Mavesere Mufunda

Joyce Mavesere Mufunda

She is teaching both, boys are doing don't touch also

29/10/2017

Joyce Mavesere Mufunda

Joyce Mavesere Mufunda

I like

29/10/2017

Chido Nyakatswau Mutizwa

Chido Nyakatswau Mutizwa

Ma don't touch

29/10/2017

Petronella Masamba

Petronella Masamba

Thumbs up officer

29/10/2017

Rumbie Thelma

Rumbie Thelma

Awww it's sweet, she is teaching them in a way they understand !

29/10/2017

Tracy Mugadza Mutandwa

Tracy Mugadza Mutandwa

Great job officer.Well done for standing up for vulnerable children.

29/10/2017

Wilfred Chapeta

Wilfred Chapeta

Chakanaka chakanak! Imbwa aihukuri Sadza nyangwe zvoita sei

29/10/2017

Bornwell Chitambo

Bornwell Chitambo

Well done chakanaka chakanaka

29/10/2017

Lydia Arishandi Tanyanyiwa

Lydia Arishandi Tanyanyiwa

The police force doing good instead of harassing motorists.

29/10/2017

Melody Sophia Kutira

Melody Sophia Kutira

Well done officer

29/10/2017

America Ndlovu

America Ndlovu

Great work officer

29/10/2017

Tinashe Rudhumbu

Tinashe Rudhumbu

Good job

29/10/2017

Fortune Zihura

Fortune Zihura

thus good teaching girl child. ndokuti police manje uku.

29/10/2017

Saul Tore

Saul Tore

This is good as a nation if we are open to teach these little kids and give them a brighter unabused future from these monsters who prey on these innocent kids, varume ngatinyarewo how do you feel kana ari wako achitambiswa the way you feel is the same way mubereki wemwana waurikutambisa let's grow up men of Zimbabwe and stand to protect our children

29/10/2017

Chimurenga Gandanga Gurus

Chimurenga Gandanga Gurus

Gurus idhara vanotoda officer iyeyu ne mupunduru uyo

29/10/2017

Portia Anotida

Portia Anotida

Chido Nyakatswau Mutizwa

29/10/2017

Rorbert Mazhetese

Rorbert Mazhetese

Nhasi kukutora iiii kwatonhoraa iii

29/10/2017