ZDAMWU was born out of long frustration by Mine workers due to misrepresentation by unions that were only interested in subscriptions. The long suffering of mine workers can be changed if us as a congress put in place strategies, propose policies that address bread and butter issues as well as address challenges being faced by current, retired workers in the industry, articulating the aspirations of our members who deserve a better life among the Zimbabwean society.

Workers & Human Rights

We represent workers and human rights in the work place.ZIMBABWE DIAMOND & ALLIED MINERALS WORKERS UNION is there to protect your rights as an employee.

Safety & Health

We believe workers should work in a safe and healthy envionment. We are here to help you ensure your right to safe and healthy environment is respected.

Rule of Law, Equality and Inclusion

ZIMBABWE DIAMOND & ALLIED MINERALS WORKERS UNION advocate for fair work practices. We strive to make sure our members receive fair treatment at their workplace. We are here to represent you in case of unfair dismissal.

Est. Since 2015

Representing, mine workers.




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January 6, 2021

ZDAMWU General Secretary outlines 2021 roadmap

Zimbabwe Diamond Allied and Minerals Workers Union (ZDAMWU) General Secretary Justice Chinhema has outlined the 2021 roadmap which the union is going to take in fighting for workers’ rights in the mining sector. In his address to ZDAMWU staff members, the General Secretary said while he appreciates challenges being...

January 4, 2021

Miners safety our key priority during Covid-19 lockdown

The Zimbabwe Diamond and Allied Mineral Workers Union (ZDAMWU) would like to assure our union members that their safety during this Covid-19 period is our key priority. ZDAMWU would also like to assure our membership that we are doing everything within our powers to be cleared to work We...

January 4, 2021

Mine Workers Want Closed Mines Placed Under Judicial Management

THE Zimbabwe Diamond and Allied Minerals Workers Union (ZDMWU) has called on the government to protect workers and ensure all mines that have been shut down under unclear circumstances are placed under judicial management. The ZDAMWU general-secretary, Justice Chinhema told NewZimbabwe.com Sunday that a majority of mines that were...