Teachers will go ahead with a national strike after the final attempt to negotiate with the government failed, risking more unrest barely a month after the violent fuel protests that saw several protesters killed by security forces.
Teachers' Unions Vow To Go Ahead With Nationwide Strike
New Zimbabwe, 5 February 2019
The country's biggest teachers' unions have vowed to go ahead with a nationwide strike Tuesday after last-minute meetings with the Primary and Secondary Education Minister Prof… Read more »
Teacher's strike (file photo).
Full Civil Service Strike Called Off - Teachers Vow to Go It Alone
New Zimbabwe, 1 February 2019
THE divided umbrella union for the civil service has called off a national strike scheduled for this week citing the volatile situation in the country, forcing teachers to declare… Read more »
Govt Offers Non-Monetary Incentives to Teachers
The Herald, 5 February 2019
Government yesterday committed itself to operationalising non-monetary incentives and economic initiatives for teachers, in a development that saw the majority of their… Read more »
Trade Union Calls for Geingob to Act On Zimbabwe
Namibian, 4 February 2019
Trade Union Congress of Namibia's secretary general Mahongora Kavihuha has urged president Hage Geingob to use his "authority and power" as SADC chairperson to intervene in the… Read more »
Trials, Tribulations and Rise of Rural Teacher
Zimbabwe Standard, 27 January 2019
Amalgamated Rural Teachers' Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) and its leader, Obert Masaraure, have been giving state agents sleepless nights lately. Read more »
Nothing Political About Our Demands - Teachers
263Chat, 8 January 2019
Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) Secretary General Raymond Majongwe has dismissed claims by the government that a third hand is behind their push for better working… Read more »
Teachers have rejected a 10% salary hike offered by President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government, but agreed to continue with the negotiations aimed at averting a potentially ... Read more »
Although the government has promised to investigate cases of child abuse, police confirmed arresting 36 children who allegedly participated in the recent violence that rocked ... Read more »
Inter-liberation movement solidarity is widely said to have strangled serious South African criticisms of Zimbabwean governments. This "quiet diplomacy" has been regularly ... Read more »
Zimbabwe is set for a new wave of public protests as the group representing government workers announced that civil servants across the country will go on strike. This comes after ... Read more »
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