No Pay For Striking Teachers, Leave Days Deducted As Punishment

The Public Service Commission (PSC) said about 10 200 teachers will have their leave days deducted as punishment for embarking on an industrial action early this month.

The strike was called for by the Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) and the Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (Zimta) early this month. The teachers were demanding a salary increase and better conditions of service. In a statement yesterday, PSC acting chairperson Mr Ozias Hove said they will not pay teachers for not working and a repeat of the industrial action will attract a more severe punishment. Said Hove:

The PSC has noted isolated cases of abscondment by about 10 200 teachers for durations ranging from 1 to 4 days between 5 and 8 February 2019. The commission will employ the principle of “No Work, No Pay” to punish teachers who deserted their duties. The PSC would also like to advise all teachers who were absent from work without authority that deductions from their leave days (of the offending individuals) using the principle of no work no pay will be effected.

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Public Service CommissionOzias Hove

The Public Service Commission (PSC) is an arm of the Executive, created in terms of Section 202 of the Constitution of the Republic of Zimbabwe. Section 203 provides for the functions of the Commission including the appointment of qualified and competent persons to hold posts... Read More About Public Service Commission

Ozias Hove is a member of the Civil Service Commission.He was appointed to the Civil Service Commission by President Emmerson Mnangagwa in September of 2018. Read More About Ozias Hove

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