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ZIMSEC Yet To Pay O', A' Level Markers

ZIMSEC Yet To Pay O', A' Level Markers

The Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (ZIMSEC) is yet to pay some examiners who marked the 2021 Ordinary and Advanced Level examinations, several months after they completed the exercise.

In previous years, the markers would receive their dues soon after completing the tasks or before the release of the results.

One of the affected markers who spoke to NewsDay on condition of anonymity said:

It appears ZIMSEC is no longer concerned about our payments because the results are already out.

We signed our contracts early this year and the value of the funds has been depreciating over the months.

ZIMSEC should review our allowances in view of the rise in the cost of living.

This is to ensure that we benefit from the actual value.

ZIMSEC spokesperson Nicholette Dlamini said the examinations body was still processing the payments.

She, however, said the examiners will be paid according to what was agreed regardless of the depreciation of the local currency. Said Dlamini:

Examination markers are being paid, so I am not sure which markers are claiming that they have not been paid.

At the moment, ZIMSEC is in the process of depositing the funds into the examiners’ accounts, which started this week and the process will be complete by the end of this week.

In terms of the difference due to deprecation, I cannot comment on that. We will pay them according to what we agreed.

As for their grievances, they know our structures and how to present them.

Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) secretary-general Goodwill Taderera said some markers received their payments from ZIMSEC last week but the money had already lost its value.

Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) secretary-general Raymond Majongwe accused ZIMSEC of trivialising the importance of teachers.

Meanwhile, NewsDay reported insiders as saying ZIMSEC is struggling with finances hence its failure to pay the markers on time.

More: NewsDay


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11 Comments

THE FIEND 1 month ago

Stay calm and Vote ZANU pf 2023

#Vision2030
Rambai makashinga


Asalif 1 month ago

how are they payed all the past years inodai yauya here or it's just complaining zvevanhu vajaira kungochema because complaining and crying end up being a habit that no one will listen to you they will be saying that's how they are they always cry


STALIN 1 month ago

MAKASAMAMA MUNOMAMA some of you munonyengedzwa ne Zanu pf apa yakukumamirai aka

Pandot vote for ccc munoona semafani


Steven Chidhumo 1 month ago

Imi vaka marker munazvowo. Wen other teachers cited incapacitation imi you chose to be heroes ku gvt, the same thing happened to enumerators, kana murivamwe if the current situation prevail or worsens you should withdraw your services, mukaita zvemusoro wenyu futi don't complain


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Kopo 1 month ago

Teachers should boycot this Zimsec marking nonsence...


Steven Chidhumo 1 month ago

Exactly

Kopo 1 month ago

Patichaita dzimwe 5 years,,haa Zim inenge yangove mamvemve ,,Smith was even best than these senior citizens


miriro 1 month ago

anyone angaitewo idea yekuti course yedress making itirwa kupi harare uye mafares zvakamira sei....hhelp me


Asalif 1 month ago

there is a vocational training center in Harare forgot the name go to goggle mainini

Steven Chidhumo 1 month ago

As for fees I don't know bt what I know is most churches e zaoga vanoitisa that course kwamugere if not all churches, kindly enquire from the nearest zaoga church

Chikuva 1 month ago

aah pakaipa veduwe



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