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Chaos in schools over new curriculum

Education ministry spokesperson Taungana Ndoro said the claims were not true when contacted for comment.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 15, 2024

Civil servants salary dispute spills to ILO

State workers are at loggerheads with their employer over salary which they argue is way below what they were earning in October 2018 in United States dollars.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 15, 2024

Collective bargaining in Zim now compromised

In Zimbabwe the role of collective bargaining as an effective tool for industrial democracy and social justice has been compromised.
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu May. 12, 2024

Govt dodging us, teachers fume

The Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) yesterday said the first quarter NJNC salary negotiations were due in April, but the government seemed reluctant to call for the meeting.
By Staff Reporter May. 9, 2024

Zanu PF ‘hijacks’ govt recruitment

Zanu PF director of information, Farai Marapira said the recruitment programme was not originating from the party.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 19, 2024

Teachers call for job action over salaries

Fozeu urged the mass action to be escalated as the second term opens until the employer pays a living wage.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 19, 2024

Govt, civil servants head for showdown

It warned that the government’s “procrastination of improved salaries beyond March 2024 will be a silent declaration of conflict of rights and interests likely to escalate to a dispute.”
By Problem Masau Mar. 14, 2024

Interview: Rural teachers reflect on 10-year turbulent journey

Teachers in urban areas led by our current deputy secretary-general, Munyaradzi Masiyiwa, also approached us requesting to be part of the union.
By Jairos Saunyama Mar. 9, 2024

Beam paralyses quality education: Teachers

He said government had a constitutional duty to progressively make education accessible and available by implementing reasonable legislative measures.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 5, 2024