Progressive Teachers Union in Zimbabwe (PTUZ)

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    Earliest possible schools re-opening date is 10 August

    THE Zimbabwe Government last week gazetted statutory instrument SI210 of 2021 which confirms under the public health regulations the announcement made last week that schools will remain closed until the Government says otherwise. Schools have been closed for six weeks now following a spike in cases as the third wave set in. The statutory instrument was the 31st amendment to…

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    Teachers’ union wants ZIMSEC exam registration pushed to August

    The Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) is pushing for the extension of the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) registration for November public examinations to August saying the parents needed more time to fundraise for the fees given that the charges were beyond the reach of many. Although the deadline for registration is July 9, 2021, most schools closed the…

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    List of teachers bunking lessons submitted to Public Service Commission

    THE Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has compiled the list of teachers who skipped lessons last month and sent it to the Public Service Commission as Government moves to enforce the policy of no-work no-pay. This was disclosed yesterday by Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa, who adder that the list of teachers missing from their classrooms…

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