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Govt’s pay offer divides teachers

Government teachers have been left divided after their employer dangled a 17, 5 percent salary increase for all civil servants on Thursday following the discord that has been simmering in the public service.
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Teachers to protest on Friday

Teachers will be taking to the streets on Friday to protest against government’s offer of increasing their salaries by 15 percent, saying the effort fell far too short of their expectations.
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Teachers threaten strike

Teachers have threatened to go on strike to force Government to rescind a decision that was taken in 2016 to withdraw vacation leave for educators as formal efforts to come up with a solution have failed.
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‘New curriculum unworkable’

By Blessings Mashaya and Mugove Tafirenyika Teachers have said the new curriculum cannot be practically implemented, with schools around the country struggling to introduce it, six weeks into the first term. Zimbabwe Teachers…
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Form One online intake format goes ahead

By Auxilia Katongomara The Government is forging ahead with online application for Form One places for next year with over 5 500 pupils having applied through the system when it started last Friday. The Ministry of Primary and…
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Government bond notes bonus?

Government workers have said they would welcome bonus payments from their cash-strapped employer in bond notes, but warned the surrogate currency should not be used to ruin the country’s fragile economy. This comes as Public Service,…
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Form One online intake under attack

By Whinsley Masara The Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) has described Primary and Secondary Education Minister Dr Lazarus Dokora's directive that pupils should apply for Form One places online as a unworkable and meant to…
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