Teachers lives exposed to cholera - Majongwe

Teachers lives exposed to cholera - Majongwe
Published: 18 September 2018 (174 Views)
Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe secretary general Raymond Majongwe has said teachers lives are seriously exposed to cholera at their schools.

"The PTUZ maintains teachers lives are needlessly being exposed to cholera as they are being forced to turn up for duty.

"When Glen view 5 Primary closed teachers were forced to report for duty. From Monday if we are not engaged we will pull out. Our safety and health first," he said.

- Byo24News

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