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ARTUZ: ZIMSEC exams being written without invigilators

ARTUZ: ZIMSEC exams being written without invigilators. In a statement on its Facebook page today, the Amalgamated Rural Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ), has said that the ongoing ZIMSEC exams are sham as some examinations are being written without invigilators.

The full text below:

*2019 National examinations a sham.*


Amalgamated Rural Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe, ARTUZ notes with disgust the shambolic manner in which the 2019 national examinations are being conducted. We have received reports of examinations being written without invigilators as teachers have embarked on an industrial action.

We implore the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council, ZIMSEC to shelve the writting of examinations until the situation in our schools normalise.

We call upon government to expeditely resolve the salary crisis to save our education from collapse.

We demand interbank rate indexed salaries.



Source – Pindula News

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