Mahongora Kavihuha

Hungry teachers want action to be taken on salary increments

Hungry teachers want action to be taken on salary increments

Tujoromajo Kasuto UNDER a hundred teachers gathered yesterday at the Habitat Research Center in Windhoek for a mass meeting to decide on the way forward on salary increments, with the majority crying that they live in debt and in unsustainable living conditions and are now hungry for action to demand for salary increments. One of the teachers stated that they have been on the same salary for the past eight years, with some teachers approaching retirement without receiving a raise, and they are now desperate for action to be taken. The meeting, which was organized by the Teachers Union of…
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COVID-19 jab not compulsory – Shangula …. Essential services workers react

COVID-19 jab not compulsory – Shangula …. Essential services workers react

Kandjemuni Kamuiiri, Maria Hamutenya and Andrew Kathindi MINISTER of Health and Social Services, Kalumbi Shangula says no one, including members of the uniformed forces, will be forced to take the COVID-19 vaccine. This comes as the country on Friday began its roll-out of the Chinese manufactured Sinopharm vaccine, which arrived in Namibia earlier this week. “People who are live in closed settings like people in prisons, police cells, and school hostels are the ones we want to target in phase-one, but eventually everyone will have a chance to be vaccinated. The vaccine is voluntary. If you don’t want it, no…
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