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Collective bargaining in Zim now compromised

In Zimbabwe the role of collective bargaining as an effective tool for industrial democracy and social justice has been compromised.
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu May. 12, 2024

Interview: Rural teachers reflect on 10-year turbulent journey

Teachers in urban areas led by our current deputy secretary-general, Munyaradzi Masiyiwa, also approached us requesting to be part of the union.
By Jairos Saunyama Mar. 9, 2024

‘Zanu PF, FAZ abused school facilities during elections’

Latest data from the Artuz  School Violation report showed that at least 230 cases of abuse of school facilities were recorded in the run up to the polls.
By Brent Shamu Dec. 28, 2023

Court defers ruling on Masaraure’s freedom bid

Masaraure is accused of posting a message on X (formerly Twitter), demanding the release of his colleague Robson Chere.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Nov. 21, 2023

Artuz leader files for exception to obstruction charge

The defence put the State on notice that if it failed to start the trial on the next remand date, Masaraure would apply for removal from further remand.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Oct. 16, 2023

Zanu PF invades schools in hunt for votes

Amalgamated Rural Teachers of Zimbabwe leader, Obert Masaraure, condemned the disruption of lessons as barbaric.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Jul. 30, 2023

US$50 govt offer peanuts: Teachers

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (Artuz) leader Obert Masaraure said government was negotiating in bad faith.
By Lorraine Muromo Jul. 13, 2023

‘Produce sanitary pads at district level’

Reports from some schools in rural areas suggested that students were given panty liners instead of sanitary pads last year.
By Vanessa Gonye Jun. 21, 2023

Salary dispute threatens schools opening

Teachers are demanding a minimum of US$1 260. They are currently earning US$250 and between $160 000 and $200 000 in the local currency.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 1, 2023