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Teacher Unions in Zimbabwe Versus those in Ghana as One Rejected Forty Five Percent Increment

Zimbabwe Teachers Demonstrate

News reaching the desk of BLEWUTV as seen on Ghanaweb indicates that the National Teachers Association Chief Executive Officer has rejected an Increment of forty five to fifty percent increase on the salary of teachers. 

This development has set BLEWUTV wondering since there is a similar case in Ghana. 

There are three teacher unions in Ghana that see to the welfare of teachers.  Their duties are to speak in favour for teachers when they send issues on behalf of teachers to the government. 

There has been a four percent increase across board on the salaries of all civil servants in Ghana. 

Teachers and other workers  have grieved over this development since they wanted at least,  a ten percent increase other than the four percent. 

Many are complaining to the government that they are not okay with the Increment.  For this cause,  they are expecting their unions to rise up and fight for their rights. 

It seems nothing has been done about the issue,  and the teacher Unions are quite. 

On the other hand,  in Zimbabwe,  the Chief Executive Officer is standing against the forty five to fifty percent increase, saying it is not an Increment at all.

According to them,  they should have been earning more than they are now. Even with that Increment,  they claim that the amount they are supposed to be enjoying is not reached. 

What do you think could make the difference between the Zimbabwean Teachers Union and their Ghanaian counterparts?


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