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New faces elected into the National Executive PDF Print E-mail

New faces elected into the National Executive (2017-2021)

A new ZIMTA National Executive is now in place and is expected to run from April 2017 to April 2021.


Created on 17 May 2017

 

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New faces elected into the National Executive PDF Print E-mail

New faces elected into the National Executive (2017-2021)

A new ZIMTA National Executive is now in place and is expected to run from April 2017 to April 2021.


Created on 17 May 2017

 

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Civil servants bonus payments begin PDF Print E-mail

Civil servants bonus payments begin

Civil Servants will be paid their 2016 annual bonuses starting today, as Government continues to stagger the payments until all civil service sectors are covered.

Created on 27 April 2017

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Young workers structure hailed PDF Print E-mail

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union (ZCTU) young workers Chairperson,Tirivanhu Marimo has urged teachers to embrace the young workers structure in order to bridge leadership gaps in unions.

Created on:26 April 2017

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Conference Day 2 Round up PDF Print E-mail

Delegates to the 36th ZIMTA Annual National Conference were ecstatic as they got a chance to interact with a number of personalities ranging from the ministers to representatives of other organizations from the region.

Created on: 26 April 2017

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ZIMTA Matabeleland North donates to flood victims PDF Print E-mail

Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) has donated goods worth $2600 to over 800 people affected by floods in Tsholotsho. The goods were solicited from Head Office and other ZIMTA Provinces.

Created: 15 March 2017

 

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‘We don’t need qualifications in mass displays’ PDF Print E-mail

The Primary and Secondary Education Ministry should boost public confidence in the new education curriculum by paying attention to feedback emanating from its implementation.

Created:15 February 2017

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President Gundane blasts Government for not prioritizing teachers PDF Print E-mail

Civil servants will not back down on the issue of bonuses as government has failed to prioritize the workers, says Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) President, Richard Gundane

Created :2 February 2017

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