Tag: TEACHERS

Govt Recruits 7,221 Teachers

By Mark Ziligone Government has recruited 7,221 teachers under the 2023 recruitment exercise. Education Minister DOUGLAS SYAKALIMA says instead of recruiting 4,500 teachers budgeted for in 2023, the government has instead recruited an additional 2,721 bringing the number to 7,221 teachers. Speaking during a press briefing at his office today, Mr. SYAKALIMA said the recruited

GOVT TO RECRUIT 4,500 TEACHERS

By Sharon Kunda The Teaching Service Commission has started the cleaning up exercise of the system in readiness for the recruitment of 4,500 teachers. Teaching Service Commission Acting Chairperson, FRIDAH LUKWESA says the Commission has so far worked on 2,672 cases. Ms. LUKWESA said this involves cases of outstanding acting appointments, retirements and substantive promotions.

MORE JOBS FOR TEACHERS COMING

By Ruth Chayinda The Ministry of Education says the recruitment of teachers will commence once an audit and a cleanup has been done countrywide. Education Minister, DOUGLAS SYAKALIMA says the Teaching Service Commission is currently camped in Chilanga to ascertain the numbers of teachers that reported from the previous recruitment exercise, those that retired and

Education Expert calls for financial literacy among newly employed teachers

By Moombe Hamoobola A Livingstone-based Education Expert, has urged teacher unions to train the newly recruited teachers in financial literacy. Dr. KABOMBO KASHUMBA has told ZNBC news that this will protect the newly recruited teachers from falling into heavy debt. Dr. KASHUMBA, who is also Zambia Congress of Trade Unions -ZCTU- Southern Province Regional Coordinator

UCZ: TEACHER RECRUITMENT TO IMPROVE EDUCATION QUALITY

By Clinton Masumba- The United Church of Zambia in Muchinga says the recruitment of over 30,000 teachers will improve the delivery of quality education especially in rural areas. UCZ Muchinga Province Bishop Reverend FESTUS CHULU who has commended President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA for the successful recruitment says most of schools in rural have no teachers. He

Newly recruited teachers to report next week

Ruth Chayinda – The over 30,000 newly recruited teachers are expected to report to work in September, which is the 3rd term of the school calendar. And the Ministry of Education says it will ensure teachers are put on the pay roll as soon as they report to their schools. Education Permanent Secretary in charge
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