Tag: Sifiso Ndlovu

Teachers’ unions want June exams deferred

Teachers’ unions want June exams deferred

Source: Teachers’ unions want June exams deferred | The Herald Dr Sifiso Ndlovu Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter At least eight teachers’ ...
Call to invest in education post-Covid-19

Call to invest in education post-Covid-19

Herald Reporter STAKEHOLDERS in the education sector are appealing to the Government to invest in education in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandem ...
Government releases $300m for civil servants

Government releases $300m for civil servants

Mr Guvamatanga Bulawayo Bureau Government has released $300 million for civil servants’ cushioning allowances and the payments are e ...
Shocking discrepancies between rural, urban schools

Shocking discrepancies between rural, urban schools

Harmony Agere A DISPROPORTIONATELY high number of schools — 87 — especially in rural areas, recorded zero percent pass rates in the 2019 Zimbabwe ...
TNF in inaugural meeting 

TNF in inaugural meeting 

Source: TNF in inaugural meeting | The Herald June 26, 2019 Minister Sekai Nzenza Bulawayo Bureau THE Tripartite Negotiation Forum (TNF) is tod ...
Civil servants demand $3k salary

Civil servants demand $3k salary

BY VENERANDA LANGA TEACHERS’ unions yesterday said they were planning to go on strike if government does not urgently revise their salaries, as ...
Zimta under fire over CEO salary

Zimta under fire over CEO salary

Source: Zimta under fire over CEO salary | The Sunday News February 17, 2019 Mr Sifiso Ndlovu Vincent Gono, Features Editor THE Zimbabwe Te ...
Civil servants reject $78 salary increment 

Civil servants reject $78 salary increment 

GOVERNMENT now faces a crippling civil service strike after its’ revised offer of $78 for the lowest paid worker or 20% on a sliding scale was rejecte ...
Zimbabwe hikes public sector pay ahead of elections

Zimbabwe hikes public sector pay ahead of elections

Source: Zimbabwe hikes public sector pay ahead of elections - ENCA File: Zimbabwe will raise public-sector pay by 10 percent starting i ...
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