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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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    Govt agrees to increase civil servants salaries

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has bowed to pressure and agreed to consider another adjustment on civil servants’ salaries after teachers threatened a full-blown strike last week as their employer moved to effect a no-work-no-salary policy. Last Thursday, Public Service minister Paul Mavima confirmed the development in Senate, saying government was considering another “slight adjustment” to the “staggered 70%” wage offer…

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    Charamba at it again, labels teachers ‘criminals’

    PRESIDENTIAL spokesperson George Charamba has hit back at some teachers’ unions for blaming poor infrastructure for the poor 2020 Grade 7 results at some schools. A total of 88 schools, mostly in rural Matabeleland recorded a 0% pass rate, prompting the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ), to criticise the government for abandoning rural schools. The unions posted pictures…

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