“It is illegal to forcibly close schools”, Paul Mavhima Speaks on Teacher’s Strike

Following the threat by teachers that schools will not open for the second term due to their strive Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Professor Paul Mavhima has warned that it is illegal to close a school and that this is not a legitimate industrial action.

“There are those who are saying schools will not open, engaging in an industrial action and forcing schools to close are two different things. It is illegal to forcibly close schools. As Government we are giving an express assurance that schools will open. Government will take appropriate disciplinary measures against those who will partake in the illegal industrial action.

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One Comment on ““It is illegal to forcibly close schools”, Paul Mavhima Speaks on Teacher’s Strike

  1. this is really getting interesting. i think the teaching stuff need reshuffling those in urban voendawo rural those in rural voendawo urban, teachers at boarding school they have to many benefits that those at day school we need a policy to balance these variances.

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