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Teachers to meet Kasukuwere PDF Print E-mail

 

The Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) will seek audience with Saviour Kasukuwere, the Minister of Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment, over teachers’ participation in the black economic empowerment agenda.

 

Created: 24  April 2012

 

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ZIMTA President's speech on economic empowerment PDF Print E-mail

 ZIMTA President's  speech  on the 2012 Conference  theme “Enhancing the status of teachers, through economic empowerment.”

 

Created: 24 April 2012

 

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Civil Servants vow to continue engaging government over salaries PDF Print E-mail

ZIMTA President, and Apex Council Chairperson,  Tendai Chikowore has  said civil servants would continue to engage government over their salary woes.

 

 

Created: 21 April 2012

 

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ZIMTA demands govt indigenisation shares PDF Print E-mail


The Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) has demanded shares in government firms, saying the ongoing indigenisation drive must cascade down to civil servants as well

 

Created : 19 April 2012

 

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Teachers in empowerement drive PDF Print E-mail

 

ZIMTA President , Mrs Tendai Chikowore says, Teachers must be given a share in the empowerement drive.

 

Created: 17 April 2012

 

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Teachers urged to venture into business PDF Print E-mail

TEACHERS should develop entrepreneurship skills and start their own businesses in order to improve their economic status, Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) acting Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Takawira Gwarimba said.

 

Created: 17 April 2012

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ZIMTA 2012 conference begins PDF Print E-mail
The Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA ) 31st annual conference will be held in Bulawayo starting tomorrow.
In a statement yesterday, ZIMTA  Public Relations officer Ms Daisy Zambuko said the conference would be held at a local hotel from tomorrow to Saturday.
Created  11  April 2012
 
Rural allowances: Government in quandary PDF Print E-mail
 
 
Created: 13-03-2012
 
GOVERNMENT is in a dilemma on how to deal with teachers’ rural allo-wances without offending their
urban counterparts. Urban teachers argue that they deserve first preference ahead of their rural colleagues.
 
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