classroom.jpgThe country’s teachers unions have met with officials of the Ministry of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture in Harare to discuss the issue of incentives to teachers.
Speaking to ZBC News after the meeting, Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) Chief Executive Officer, Mr Sifiso Ndlovu, said no agreement was made at the meeting to withdraw the incentives.

He said, “The parties agreed to have another meeting mid next month, but will continue to hold consultations with relevant stakeholders.”

Mr Ndlovu revealed that the three teacher representative organisations in the country, ZIMTA, the Teachers Union of Zimbabwe and the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe tasked the parent ministry to come up with regulations to deal with the issue of incentives.

Some schools introduced incentives to help alleviate salaries given to teachers.