Civil service job cuts start PDF Print E-mail

GOVERNMENT has begun restructuring the civil service on a large scale, with several ministries directed to shed thousands of posts immediately.

Created: 12 September 2016

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Civil servants say ‘NO’ to pay cuts PDF Print E-mail

CIVIL servants have said it would be illegal for the Government to cut salaries and suspend bonuses for the next two years as part of austerity measures to bring the economy back on track.

Created: 12 september 2016

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Govt to cut pay, trim civil service . . .13th cheque suspended . . . 25 000 jobs to go. PDF Print E-mail

AS part of bold measures to reverse an unsustainable consumptive position, Government has embarked on a civil service restructuring exercise which includes a reduction in employment numbers by 25 000, a cut on salaries and allowances and foregoing of bonuses for two years.
Created: 09 September 2016

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3 000 teachers get stands PDF Print E-mail

THREE thousand teachers in the Midlands province will soon get residential stands through a partnership between the Zimbabwe Housing Project Trust (ZHPT) and the Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA).

Created: 06 September 2016

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Pupils to apply for Form One places online PDF Print E-mail

Following the ban on Form One entrance tests, schools will start online enrollment for the classes using Grade Seven results soon, Primary and Secondary Education Minister Dr Lazarus Dokora has said.

Created: 05 September 2016

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Civil servants slam ‘no work, no pay’ policy PDF Print E-mail

CIVIL servants have reacted angrily to government’s new “no work, nopay” policy, describing the move as tantamount to denying them the right to go on strike if they feel aggrieved.

Created:05 September 2016

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Public Service to recruit teachers PDF Print E-mail

THE Public Service Commission will soon recruit teachers as Government moves to address the shortage of educators in schools.

Created: 2 September 2016

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Apex Council basically brings together all the unions that are registered with the ministry of Public Labour and Social Welfare to represent the needs of those in the education sector and the rest of the civil servants.


Created: 19 July 2016


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