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ZIMTA to hold annual conference PDF Print E-mail

Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (ZIMTA) is due to hold its 35th annual conference in Victoria Falls later this month with Matebeleland North being the host province.

 

Created: 19 April 2016

 

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Govt pledges better pay PDF Print E-mail

Government is committed to improving the welfare of civil servants by matching their salaries to the Poverty Datum Line, the President has said.

 

Created: 19 April 2016

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Civil servants pay dates released PDF Print E-mail

THE government has announced civil servants pay dates for the month of April with the police expected to be paid on Wednesday while the rest of the civil servants will receive their salaries on April 29

 

Created:18 April 2016

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Judgement reserved in Labour Court challenge PDF Print E-mail

The Labour Court has reserved judgement in the case in which the Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) is asking the court to compel government to rescind its decision to cancel or delay vacation leave for teachers and reinstate days taken away from teachers who had been granted leave.

 

Created: 30 March 2016

 

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Govt insincere: APEX council PDF Print E-mail

THE APEX Council yesterday blasted government for insincerity and failure to consult civil servants on issues to do with their salaries and working conditions, leaving them to rely on newspapers for updates on bonus payment dates.

 

Created: 08 March 2016

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Teachers’ regulatory council on cards PDF Print E-mail

Primary and Secondary Education Minister Dr Lazarus Dokora has proposed the establishment of the Teachers Professional Council to regulate teachers’ conduct.

 

Created: 24 February 2016

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Government finally honours bonus payment pledge PDF Print E-mail

GOVERNMENT has honoured its bonus payment pledge with soldiers said to have received their 2015 13th cheque yesterday.

 

Created: on 16 February 2016

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ZIMTA angry over heads suspensions PDF Print E-mail

TEACHERS are unhappy over the recent suspension of more than 21 headmasters accused of numerous offences, including misuse of school funds, in what the Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (Zimta) alleges is a systematic purge of its members.

 

Created: 12 February 2016

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