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Walk the talk, civil servants urge Govt PDF Print E-mail

CIVIL servants have urged the Government to walk the talk by implementing policies and fulfilling promises that it makes to improve the welfare of its workers.
Created:06 October 2016
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TEACHERS’ NEED BETTER SALARIES TO REMAIN PROFFESIONAL PDF Print E-mail

The Zimbabwe Teachers Association President Mr Richard Gundane has expressed deep gratitude to all teachers in Zimbabwe for remaining  focused, patient and  consistent in expressing  and pushing for their demands to have  improved salaries and working conditions despite working in unfavourable and hostile conditions, which at times are not fit for professionals.

Created: 04 October 2016

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QUALIFIED TEACHERS WILL IMPROVE LEARNING OUTCOMES PDF Print E-mail

As the leading teacher trade union in Zimbabwe, ZIMTA promises to   intensify all efforts and   deploy more resources towards valuing and improving teachers’ status, says ZIMTA chief Executive Officer, Mr Sifiso Ndlovu.

Createad:04 October 2016

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Incentives indaba for civil servants PDF Print E-mail


Government yesterday began a three­day engagement with civil servants to apprise them of their conditions of service and non­monetary incentives, such as housing, that are being worked out.

Created: 04 October 2016
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Govt considers teachers' regulatory body PDF Print E-mail

HARARE ­ Government is considering establishing of an independent regulatory body for teachers, in a bid to improve the standards of the profession.

Created:26 September 2016
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Civil servants’ September pay dates out PDF Print E-mail

Government has announced civil servants’ pay dates for this month, underlying its commitment to timeously fulfil its salary obligations to its workers and improve their conditions of service.

Created:19 September 2016

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Fire ministers also, civil servants tell Chinamasa PDF Print E-mail


HARARE: ­ Restive civil servants who meet government today to discuss its new measures which include retrenching 25 000 workers, say they are prepared to accept its position if it cuts ministries and off­load luxury cars being driven by the ministers.

Created 14 Semptember 2016


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civil servants’ crunch indaba on tomorrow PDF Print E-mail

CIVIL servants’ leaders will tomorrow meet to discuss and take an official position that will be presented to the Government following its decision to cut salaries and suspend the payment of bonuses for two years. Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick  Chinamasa last Thursday announced that Government would suspend civil servants bonuses for two years as well as reduce their salaries and allowances as part of measures to bring the economy back on track.

Created:13 September2016

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