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01 May 2020 This day means alot to us as some other brave workers somewhere fought for this day for a common worker (including female worker) to realise his/her workers rights and come out of oppression. We don’t think that public and private sectors have done enough to create fair employment and equal opportunities for...
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02 May 2020 We the undersigned Teachers’ Unions in Zimbabwe; Applauding the President of Zimbabwe for deferring Schools opening indefinitely in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic;Desirous of a safe schooling environment for our members and learners; Determined to deliver quality services to our learners;Appreciating the sorry state of the national economy;Concerned with the erosion...
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01 May 2020 Labor is and has always been a critical component of the build of Zimbabwe, equally so, labor remains an accurate measure of national development. From the divorcing of the umbrella labor movement (ZCTU) from ZANU Pf and becoming the beacon of workers to the radical opposition of the World Bank sponsored Neo-Liberal...
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01 May 2020 For the first time in four decades, Zimbabwean workers will mark May Day without gatherings in all the regions .Most of us will be at home, under lockdown like one third of the global population. Those at work would be medical and health workers fighting to keep us alive, and a few...
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01 May 2020 By Wellington Gweshe May Day remains a time not only to commemorate labour’s contributions but also to draw public attention to the plight of workers and the struggle of labour unions to improve working conditions. The world society is comprised of a myriad of work forces which deliver a number of crucial services...
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30 April 2020 This year’s workers’ day commemorations come at a time when the world is confronted with the deadly COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has exposed fault lines in the way our societies are organized. Amalgamated Rural Teachers’ union of Zimbabwe, ARTUZ will dedicate this year’s commemorations to fighting Corona virus and further reflect on...
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30 April 2020 I would like to start by applauding the stance by the government of the republic of Zimbabwe as a measure of containing the novel corona virus, through the ministry of primary and secondary education (MoPSE) the government of the day back shifted the opening of schools for 2020 second term initially scheduled...
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07 April 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected the learning process in schools. We however applauded the early closure of schools as a way of preventing learners and teachers from being easily exposed to the deadly virus. With the lockdown still going on, it is difficult for learners to have enough preparations for the...
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