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TEACHERS’ SALARIES UP FOR GRABS

A teacher union has registered its deepest displeasure against the growing tendency of double deductions towards teacher union contributions by two or more unions. Several teachers in Kafue and Lusaka districts have complained of having double deductions by two or more unions from their salaries. UNITUZ president Chipimo Paul laments…

SCHOOLS IN RURAL AREAS NEED MORE SUPPORT AS THEY RE-OPEN – CTPD

The Centre for Trade Policy and Development has called for more support towards schools in rural areas to ensure preparedness, prevention and control of COVID-19 Pandemic as Schools reopens next month. CTPD Executive Director Isaac Mwaipopo is concerned that following President Edgar Lungu’s directive for schools to reopen on 1st…

TCZ URGES TEACHERS TO BE REGISTERED

The Teaching Council of Zambia TCZ has reiterated calls for teachers across the country to have themselves licensed to promote effectiveness in the teaching profession. TCZ Spokesperson Ngoza Malonga says the council has deployed officers across the country to check on compliance levels among teachers and to encourage those that…

Mabumba Warns Teachers, Pupils Against Exam Malpractices

Minister of General Education David Mabumba has warned teachers and pupils against engaging themselves in examination malpractices. Mr Mabumba said all perpetrators of leakages and examination malpractices will face the wrath of the law because government will not spare anyone. He disclosed that a number of teachers who were involved…

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