Teachers want govt to align labour laws PDF Print E-mail

THE Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (Zimta) has called on government to speed up the re-alignment of the Public Service Act with the Constitution to enable smooth labour negotiations.


Created: 09 February 2016


Civil servants sceptical over bonus dates PDF Print E-mail

CIVIL servants yesterday said they will treat the 2015 bonus payment schedule, recently announced by government, with scepticism, claiming the message had not yet been properly communicated to them.


Created O5 February 2016


Govt unveils bonus date PDF Print E-mail

Civil servants will start receiving their 2015 bonuses this month, with members of the defence forces being the first, while the rest of Government workers will get their 13th cheques between February and May.


Create: 04 February 2016


Teachers fight back . . . Union goes to court over scrapped leave PDF Print E-mail

THE Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (Zimta) has taken the government to court over its decision to cancel teachers’ annual leave.


Created: 28 January 2016

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No pay cut for teachers: Minister PDF Print E-mail

REPORTS that teachers whose schools post poor results could forfeit as much as three months’ pay annually are a “cruel hoax”, a Cabinet Minister said yesterday.


Created: 28 January 2016

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Mugabe gives ultimatum over bonuses PDF Print E-mail

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has reportedly given Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa and his Public Service counterpart, Prisca Mupfumira, until tomorrow to provide a date for the payment of civil servants’ 2015 bonuses.


Created: 28 January 2016


Adapted from Newsday


Free education for STEM pupils at public schools PDF Print E-mail

There will be free education for all pupils in public schools who will register for science subjects when they enrol for Advanced level this year, with Government paying for their full school and boarding fees.


Created: 28 January 2016

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Coltart attacks teachers’ salaries slashing proposal PDF Print E-mail

Former Education minister David Coltart has condemned plans by government to slash teachers’ salaries in schools with a pass rate below 50%


Created: 25 Janaury 2016


Adapted from Southern Eye



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