Teachers threaten to hold demos over unpaid salary arrears

From Face of Malawi Mon Nov 12 2012, 05:24:14

Some teachers from Blantyre rural and urban who were promoted in 2010 have threatened that they will hold demonstrations should the Malawi government continue holding their salary arrears by December 3, 2012. In a letter dated November 7, the concerned teachers who are 111 in total have rated as "unfortunate" the delay by Ministry of [...]

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