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Govt clears air on curriculum changes PDF Print E-mail

Government is fine­turning a raft of educational policies that had largely been expected to be introduced this Tuesday when schools open, saying the changes will be implemented systematically and gradually.

 

Created:10 January 2016

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Parents to pay more school fees… PDF Print E-mail

PARENTS will pay a combined additional $10 million per term towards a new building levy that comes into effect when schools open on Tuesday.

 

Created:10 January 2016

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Tension, uncertainty grips civil servants PDF Print E-mail

GOVERNMENT’S failure to commit itself to a date to pay civil servants the promised bonus has increased tension, uncertainty and anxiety among its workforce.

 

Created: 7 January 2016

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Govt braces for crippling strike PDF Print E-mail

CIVIL servants’ threats to go on strike if government fails to pay them by close of business today has sent government into a panic mode, with the Health ministry announcing measures to brace for a full-scale strike.

 

Created:31  December 2015

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Government, civil servants clash looms PDF Print E-mail

TEACHERS were paid their December salaries, but were left disappointed after Treasury without notice deducted $50 for pension contributions setting the stage for another clash between the government and civil servants.

 

Created: 30 December 2015

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Bonus joy for civil servants PDF Print E-mail

Government is mobilising funds to pay civil servants bonuses and the dates on which they will start receiving the 13th cheque will be announced in due course.

 

Created: 17 December 2015

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Bonus anxiety civil servants demand payment dates PDF Print E-mail

THE Apex Council has written to the government demanding a meeting before the end of the year to discuss exact dates for the payment of civil servants’ bonuses.

 

Created: 11 December 2015

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Refine single day enrolment policy PDF Print E-mail

Primary and Secondary Education Minister Lazarus Dokora made a decision to scrap Form One entrance tests and enrol pupils on one day based on their Zimsec Grade Seven results.

 

Created: 09 November 2015

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