Delay schools opening: Teachers

Educators Union of Zimbabwe secretary-general, Tapedza Zhou, said the situation in the country was volatile.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Innocent Magondo Sep. 1, 2023

Govt salary offer ‘too little’, say teachers

Masaraure said unions were clear that they wanted a collective bargaining platform to replace the NJNC.
By Lorraine Muromo Jun. 29, 2023

Curriculum review process flawed: Teachers

Union leaders who spoke to the NewsDay yesterday accused the ministry of not consulting widely.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 17, 2023

Zimsec in shocking U-turn over ‘exam cheats’

Zimsec withheld results of the 4 961 candidates amid allegations of cheating following a massive countrywide examination papers leak during last year’s end of year examinations.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Feb. 6, 2023

‘Year 2022 a disaster for the education sector’

Schools were still struggling to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 virus and lockdown period.
By Kenneth Nyangani Dec. 29, 2022

Zanu PF activist ‘terrorises’ teachers in Gutu

The teachers were hired to conduct a data collection exercise by Australian-based Felix Mavhondo for his latest research.
By Problem Masau Nov. 28, 2022

Teachers fume over fees payment delays

In April this year, government announced that it would pay school fees for teachers’ children to cushion them from the high cost of living.
By Lorraine Muromo Nov. 16, 2022

Teacher unions blast free service move

Educators Union of Zimbabwe (EUZ) secretary-general Tapedza Zhou accused the Primary and Secondary Education ministry of politicising the sector.
By Lorraine Muromo Oct. 10, 2022

Civil servants issue 10-day ultimatum

Mthuli had said government was considering increasing their salaries in local currency, and also the United States dollar component.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Lorraine Muromo Sep. 17, 2022