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A trade union of teachers, which seeks to promote the rights and interests of educators’ living and working in Zimbabwe. Established in 1940 and registered as an association of educators in 1942, the Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association,(ZIMTA), is headquartered in Harare

Mrs. Esther Gunda speaks on Climate Change Education.

Climate Change Education
in Schools

This Women’s month of March 2022, we feature Mrs. Esther Gunda (EG), the Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) National Women’s representative as she unpacks the significance of International Women’s Day, a day celebrated annually on the 8th of March across the globe. ZIMTA just like most progressive entities adopted the 50:50 gender policy, to ensure the presence of gender main streaming.

ZIMTA CEO Dr Sifiso Ndlovu -Festive Season Message 2022

CEO’s Christmas Message

On behalf of myself and all members of ZIMTA Secretariat, I would like to thank all our bona-fide members who are the backbone of this Union; without whom the many programs we rolled out this year would have been impossible.

We are finally rounding off what has been an unfriendly year economically and in labour relations. Economically unfriendly, because educators did not get substantive or transformative remuneration, an issue that led to labour strife and labour disharmony.

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