Tag: Takavafira Zhou

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Chamisa dates Midlands

Chamisa dates Midlands

BY BRENNA MATENDERE MAIN opposition MDC party leader Nelson Chamisa heads for the Midlands on Thursday where he is set to bolster the movement’ ...
Govt to build more schools

Govt to build more schools

Tanyaradzwa Rusike GOVERNMENT is targeting constructing at least 10 schools per province this year, in a bid to address a learning infrastructure ...
Govt revises civil servants pay offer

Govt revises civil servants pay offer

Lincoln Towindo Senior Reporter Government and representatives of civil servants are set to meet again today after the latter turned down Govern ...

Teachers unions’ push for strike exposed

Source: Teachers unions’ push for strike exposed | The Sunday Mail 12 JAN, 2020 Sunday Mail Reporter Some teachers’ unions are allegedly engagin ...
No money, no work: Apex Council

No money, no work: Apex Council

Source: No money, no work: Apex Council - NewsDay Zimbabwe January 8, 2020 By Desmond Chingarande THE Apex Council yesterday resolved that c ...
D-Day for civil servants

D-Day for civil servants

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE/BRENNA MATENDERE/BLESSED MHLANGA CIVIL servants’ union leaders are today set to hold a crunch meeting to decide their ne ...
Teachers rope in parents over poor working conditions

Teachers rope in parents over poor working conditions

TEACHERS are mulling to enlist parents in their fight with the government for better living and working conditions and access to quality education for ...

Govt intimidates ‘incapacitated’ workers

BY EVERSON MUSHAVA PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s embattled government has reportedly resorted to unorthodox means to force its impoverished worker ...
Teachers declare incapacitation as schools open

Teachers declare incapacitation as schools open

Source: Teachers declare incapacitation as schools open - NewsDay Zimbabwe September 10, 2019 BY BRENNA MATENDERE TEACHERS have indicated th ...
Civil servants reject 76% pay rise

Civil servants reject 76% pay rise

BY FARAI MATIASHE/BRENNA MATENDERE GOVERNMENT has awarded a 76% salary hike to its restive workers, a move which will see the lowest paid civil ...
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