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As The Zimbabwe Teachers Situation Deteriorates Further, Nurses Threaten Strike as Well

Dr Zhou warned that teachers should not salivate at a "poisoned carrot" and they will not accept decisions made at meetings they never participated in By Maxwell Zambeze With the "burning" teachers strike now seemingly red hot and no sign of its ending, the Zimbabwe government was last night accused of neglecting the situation and leaving it to last-minute decisions. "Puppet" unions were also accused of having "romantic relationships" with the employer and shortcutting it's members an unacceptable state of affairs, and the teacher members were urged to abandon such sellout unions and join real unions that represented their interests. As the Zimbabwe teachers situation deteriorated further with nurses threatening strike action as well, the President of Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ), Dr Takavafira Zhou told The Hot Seat whatsapp group of teachers and parents this week: "The government is evasive and elusive and they only start to talk about the possible meeting just a few days before schools open. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); "We have always been very clear, engaging portfolio committees in Parliament, primary and secondary education committee, on Public

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