Tag: Raymond Majongwe

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NJNC is bogus, say teachers’ unions

NJNC is bogus, say teachers’ unions

HARARE - The Amalgamated Rural Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (Artuz) and Progressive Teachers’ Union (PTUZ) have refused to recognise the National J ...
No deal!

No deal!

HARARE - Talk between government and its employees produced nothing tangible yesterday, heightening tensions between the two sides. After a mar ...
’18 teachers assaulted by students in 2018′

’18 teachers assaulted by students in 2018′

HARARE - Teachers have raised concern over indiscipline in schools evidenced by an increased number of students assaulting teachers in classrooms. ...
Strike action imminent: Teachers

Strike action imminent: Teachers

TEACHERS yesterday warned that a strike was inevitable when schools open next week unless the government act fast to meet their demands to raise s ...
Govt unfreezes teaching posts

Govt unfreezes teaching posts

HARARE - Government has partially unfrozen teaching posts and started recruiting teachers for the 2019 financial year. The recruitment comes a ...
Teachers protest against steep uniform prices

Teachers protest against steep uniform prices

HARARE - Teachers have resolved to stage a protest against the exorbitant prices of school uniforms. Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PT ...
‘Schools may not open next year’

‘Schools may not open next year’

HARARE - Schools in Zimbabwe may remain closed on opening day next month as teachers strike to press for higher pay. This comes as President Em ...
Dialogue can save Zim: Majongwe

Dialogue can save Zim: Majongwe

Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) secretary-general Raymond Majongwe has challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to stop ...
Civil servants reject govt’s bonus offer

Civil servants reject govt’s bonus offer

HARARE - Civil servants have rejected government’s offer to pay their bonuses based on basic salaries saying that it was a blatant violation of th ...
Zimbabwean teachers protest for more pay

Zimbabwean teachers protest for more pay

It's believed Zimbabwe's teachers are some of the worst paid in the world. Source: Zimbabwean teachers protest for more pay | eNCA File: ...
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