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“We Don’t Want To Invigilate Learners We Did Not Teach,” Teachers

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A survey conducted by Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe, ARTUZ revealed that teachers continue to take heed of the incapacitation call and have refused to invigilate the 2020 November Exams.

In a series of tweets ARTUZ said:

For the record our members are not reporting for duty because they are incapacitated and scared of contracting corona virus. We dont want to invigilate learners we never taught. We are focused on the #SaveOurEducationZW campaign to resolve crisis in the education sector.

Our “Education in Crisis report” warned gvt of both the salary crisis and the COVID 19 scare. We gave recommendations. Gvt dismissed us, now our education system is failing to cope as teachers remain incapacitated and COVID19 cases are rising in schools. #SaveOurEducationZW

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