Civil Servants Pin Hopes on New Government PDF Print E-mail

Civil servants say the coming in of a new government has given them new hope after the inclusive government ignored their plight.


Created : 06 August 2013


Adapted  from  ZBC  website.

Civil servants said the political bickering, which characterised the inclusive government, had seen their concerns being ignored for the past four years and as such they expect that the coming in of a new government will redress all the inconsistencies.

The president of the Zimbabwe Nurses Association, Mrs Reginah Smith said there are high hopes within the civil service that the Zanu PF government will address their plight by improving their welfare.

Mrs Smith noted that there are some anomalies in the health sector such as the freezing of nurses’ posts that was overlooked by the inclusive government.

The Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) Chief Executive Officer, Mr Sifiso Ndlovu added that the government should put in place an education system that responds to the dictates of the changing economy.

During the tenure of the inclusive government, there were accusations leveled against the responsible minister, Mrs Lucia Matibenga to the effect that she was ignoring the plight of civil servants.





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