Unemployed teachers urge government to negotiate with neighbouring countries to employ them

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By Maxwell Tapatapa
Unemployed teachers have written a letter to Primary and Secondary Education Minister Professor Paul Mavima and the Public Service Commission expressing concern over their unemployment.
The Unemployed Teachers Association says if government has no capacity to employ them, it should negotiate with neighbouring countries to employ them.
In an interview with Star FM News Unemployed Teachers Association chairman Mr Takemore Mhlanga said the number of unemployed teachers since 2016 is now more than 13 thousand.
In 2015 the Public Service Commission announced that government had with immediate effect frozen recruitment and promotion in the civil service as part of its staff rationalisation exercise.

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