ARTUZ Says ‘Ongoing’ Teachers’ Strike A Success

The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Association of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) claims that the 3-day strike it called for to commence on June 3 (today) has been hugely a success.

In a statement, the association said that 62% of teachers did not report for work as they demand salaries to be paid in US dollars.

ARTUZ castigated what it called “Yellow Unions” for being used by the government to sabotage their job action.

It added that the state is using its agents of violence to call and harass teachers.

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The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ), formerly Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe, is a teachers' trade union focused on the needs of teachers employed in the rural areas in Zimbabwe. It was founded in 2009 and launched officially in Harare on the 12th... Read More About ARTUZ

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