Zimbabwean Teachers in South Africa Unpaid for Months

Zimbabwean teachers in the Western Cape have accused the Department of Home Affairs of dragging its feet in verifying Zimbabwe Exemption Permits. Without a valid permit to show, most applicants find their bank accounts frozen, face difficulties registering their children at educational institutions and are even losing their jobs.

  • South Africa:   Zimbabwean Teachers in Unpaid for Months

    GroundUp, 21 September 2018

    Some Zimbabwean teachers in the Western Cape have gone unpaid for as long as nine months because Home Affairs is dragging its feet when it comes to verifying Zimbabwe Exemption… Read more »

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Chairperson Jack Mutsvairome (centre), with publicity secretary Kudzi Muchengete (on his right) and vice-chairperson Ibrahim Saidi (on his left) addresses a meeting of the Union of Zimbabwean Educators Western Cape in Parow.

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