Schools defy govt fees policy

Unions representing educators called for dialogue between the schools and parents to ensure that children are not disadvantaged.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 22, 2024

Chaos in schools over new curriculum

Education ministry spokesperson Taungana Ndoro said the claims were not true when contacted for comment.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 15, 2024

ZiG frustrations all round as schools open

Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe president Takavafira Zhou said teachers have never been ready to go back to school.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 7, 2024

Vehicle rebate haunts civil servants

Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe president Takavafira Zhou, however, said the lengthy rebate application process encouraged corruption.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Mar. 12, 2024

Fearing protests, government relooks civil servants salary

“As we speak, we are doing a due diligence consultative process with our membership.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Jan. 24, 2024

Teachers clash with Zec over election dues

Educators Union of Zimbabwe secretary-general, Tapedza Zhou, said teachers who were paid were still owed a percentage of their dues.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Jan. 1, 2024

'Ruling elite plundered Mberengwa'

The district, which is prone to drought, however remains one of the most underdeveloped in Zimbabwe.
By Sibonguthando Dube Aug. 2, 2023

Mineral resources should benefit locals, says CCC official

Zhou said there was massive plunder of minerals in the Mataga and Jeka areas in Mberengwa by the elite while the district remained underdeveloped.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 25, 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