Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) president Richard Gundane, who attended Thursday’s meeting with the government, said unions had rejected government’s 10% salary increment offer, which would have come into effect from April 1.
The offer has been rejected as a far cry from the workers expectations. The expectation was that there would be a cost-of-living adjustment commensurate with inflation with immediate effect.
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Thomas Muzondo, deputy chairman of the Apex Council which represents 16 public sector unions, said another meeting with government negotiators had been scheduled for next week.