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ARTUZ Pushes Mthuli To Release School Fees For Teachers' Children

ARTUZ Pushes Mthuli To Release School Fees For Teachers' Children

Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube has said the Government is in the process of drawing up modalities for the payment of school fees for the children of teachers.

Early this year the Government made a commitment to pay school fees for every teacher’s three biological children.

However, the Government failed to honour its commitment during the 2022 first term which ended on 3 April.

In a letter dated 21 March 2022, Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) Secretary-General Robson Chere requested Ncube to expedite the payment of school fees for children of teachers.

Responding to Chere in his letter dated 11 April 2022, Ncube said the Ministry of Education and PSC are currently gathering information to ascertain those who are eligible and once the process has been completed, the funds will be released. Said Ncube:

Treasury notes your submission and has forwarded this to the Public Service Commission who are ceased with coordinating the drawing up of the modalities for implementation of the benefit.

I am aware that the Public Service Commission and Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education have already started the process of gathering information on eligible members to benefit from payment of school fees.

Once the consolidation and verification have been done, the Treasury, based on due PFMS processes, will avail funding to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education for channelling payments direct to the respective schools.

Ncube’s letter to Chere was copied to George Guvamatanga, Secretary for Finance and Economic Development Ambassador Jonathan Wutawunashe, Secretary to the Public Service Commission Mrs Tumisang Thabela, Secretary for Primary and Secondary Education P Kunaka, Chief Director, Expenditure Management.

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14 Comments

ngorima mushava 1 month ago

why don't these teachers just resign pane kupedza mukuwo ,vaende UK kana US


1 month ago


Leave a Comment 1 month ago

F o ols busy tarnishin the name of our beloved and democratic country. Now luk where we now. Sanctions hobhoo because of these foo lish teachers. True ngavaende ku US Embassy or British Embassy..vanophiwa mari idzodzo


mapemzi 1 month ago

endai ku british embassy.unopihwa.mari ikoko
muripa.a.payroll yavo


pSC admin 1 month ago

recruiting citizens on behalf of th gvnmnt

ferrying civil servants from home places
liason btwn ministry & gvnmnt


Soul jah love 1 month ago

Ummmm vanhu vanoroya, vakaroya mumwe murume akunhuwa sembanje. Kwese kwa anopfama vanhu vanocheuka, ma Porisa anouya achimanya.. Ummmm ipapo ndiPastor munhu wacho, andzwa nekuvharirwa mu stokes.


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Zvimbazi 1 month ago

Public Service Commission inonyatsoita nezvei? How does it works anyone?


0772 1 month ago

ko vane vana vari kutertiary


Zvimbazi the Executive 1 month ago

Ithink vanobhad hara

Pasi nema Teacher 1 month ago

Vanopenga. Fees ye chi. We are busy preparing for ma elections. hatina Mari yekutambisa.. especially panyaya dze fees. ngavagare pasi vanha vacho or vaende kumusha..Ma projects akazara kumusha umu.. Nonsense


Pasi nema Teacher 1 month ago

makazara mega. Makuda kutinetsa apa..****

Zvimbazi the Executive 1 month ago

Musoro wako uku nhuwa dzva

teacher 1 month ago

what abt those burren yet they are in education system ,this will b my hope that they have to look into such cases


No child 1 month ago

kana usina hauna hey just shut up....


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