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D-­Day for Govt, civil servants PDF Print E-mail

Government is today expected to pay civil servants $100 advance salary as promised to cushion them despite resistance from unions representing the workers demanding their dues in full.

 

Created:1 July 2016

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Civil servants threaten crippling strike PDF Print E-mail


TEACHERS and nurses have threatened to go on strike in protest over government’s decision to defer payment of their June salaries to this month.

 

Created: 1 July 2016

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ZIMTA Women‘s Workshop on the Cards PDF Print E-mail

Women teachers holding various leadership positions in ZIMTA are set to benefit from a three day workshop which is set to run from 27 to 30 June this year.

 

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Dokora bars CSC inspectors from schools PDF Print E-mail

PRIMARY and Secondary Education Minister Dr Lazarus Dokora has moved in to defend his constituency, saying inspectors from the Civil Service Commission must stop inspecting teachers at schools as they had no capacity to do so and were not professionals who understand the functioning of the education system.

 

Created: 1 May 2016

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Churches defiant on national pledge PDF Print E-mail

CHURCHES said yesterday that the national pledge will not be recited at their schools when schools open for the second term.

 

Created 02 May 2016

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‘Apex council a toothless bulldog’ PDF Print E-mail

THE Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (Zimta) has said the Apex Council, a body that represents all civil servants, is now a toothless bulldog that is short-changing civil servants.

 

Created: 2 May 2016

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Teachers register long overdue: Dokora PDF Print E-mail

PRIMARY and Secondary Education Minister Lazarus Dokora has challenged teachers to start consultations towards the establishment of the Teaching Profession Council (TPC) that will regulate the field

 

Created: 2 May 2016

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Teachers slam Commission PDF Print E-mail

TEACHERS have slammed the Civil Service Commission accusing the Government employer of displaying what they termed colonialist tendencies in dealing with issues affecting educators.

Created: 24 April 2016

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