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Govt’s free education in false start

Speaking to NewsDay, union leaders called on government to come clean on the free education policy.
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 17, 2023

Schools opening shrouded in uncertainty

There are calls for a delay in the opening of schools in flood hotspots as a precaution following torrential rains in most parts of the country over the past few days.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Varaidzo Mudewairi Jan. 8, 2023

GEMS fund a ‘ponzi scheme’: Civil servants

The loan fund was set up by Cabinet in March 2020 with government saying it would provide $100 million seed capital to improve the welfare of its employees.
By Lorraine Muromo Jan. 4, 2023

Teachers demand urgent salary indaba

The educators have since last year engaged in recurrent strikes demanding United States dollar salaries and improved working conditions.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Vanessa Gonye Jan. 3, 2023

Teachers to sue govt over stalled wage talks

Civil servants have been demanding at least US$540 for the lowest paid worker in 2022, but government has been adamant that it cannot sustain such wages.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 27, 2022

Protect exams integrity, teachers urge Zimsec

Some of the teachers’ unions suggested that the 2022 examinations should be nullified.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 24, 2022

‘Protect teachers moving overseas’

The UK government had listed Zimbabwean teachers as eligible for a qualified teacher status.
By Problem Masau and Zanele Ndlovu Dec. 23, 2022

Mass teacher exodus looms

Progressive Teachers Union Zimbabwe secretary-general Raymond Majongwe said educators were leaving the country in droves in search of greener pastures.
By Miriam Mangwaya Dec. 15, 2022

Unions query Zim/Rwanda teachers deal

In October, 159 teachers, meant to boost Rwanda’s education system, were recruited after going through a selection process.
By Lorraine Muromo and Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 6, 2022