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Following Cyclone Idai in 2019, PTUZ estimated that more than 100 children were missing. <ref name="Cyclone Idai: ‘More than 100 Children are Missing’:- PTUZ"> [https://news.pindula.co.zw/2019/03/23/cyclone-idai-more-than-100-children-are-missing-ptuz/], ''Pindula'', Published: 23 March 2019, Retrieved: 14 August 2019''
 
Following Cyclone Idai in 2019, PTUZ estimated that more than 100 children were missing. <ref name="Cyclone Idai: ‘More than 100 Children are Missing’:- PTUZ"> [https://news.pindula.co.zw/2019/03/23/cyclone-idai-more-than-100-children-are-missing-ptuz/], ''Pindula'', Published: 23 March 2019, Retrieved: 14 August 2019''
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When asked if PTUZ would leave ZCTU in 2019, PTUZ secretary general Raymond Majongwe put the record straight by saying, "We left ZCTU in 2012." We were the 2nd Civil Service Union to join ZCTU after CSEA. <ref name="PTUZ left ZCTU In 2012 After a ‘Falling Out’ - Majongwe"> [https://news.pindula.co.zw/2019/05/20/ptuz-left-zctu-in-2012-after-a-falling-out-majongwe/], ''Pindula'', Published: 20 May 2019, Retrieved: 14 August 2019''
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After the January 2019 [[ZCTU]] national shutdown, to which the government responded by deploying [[ZDF]], resulting in at least 17 people being killed, PTUZ secretary-general Raymond Majongwe said: “We have 13 000 teachers to consult. We do not want a shut down, but solutions to the problems facing teachers. Government must address these grievances. Teachers must survive.”<ref name="Teachers Mull Another Tools Down"> [https://www.newsday.co.zw/2019/06/teachers-mull-another-tools-down/], ''Newsday'', Published: 13 June 2019, Retrieved: 14 August 2019''
  
 
==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==

Revision as of 10:31, 14 August 2019

Raymond Majongwe
Raymond Majongwe.jpg
OccupationSecretary General
OrganizationProgressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe.

Raymond Majongwe is the Secretary-General of the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ).[1]

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Events

Following Cyclone Idai in 2019, PTUZ estimated that more than 100 children were missing. <ref name="Cyclone Idai: ‘More than 100 Children are Missing’:- PTUZ"> [1], Pindula, Published: 23 March 2019, Retrieved: 14 August 2019

When asked if PTUZ would leave ZCTU in 2019, PTUZ secretary general Raymond Majongwe put the record straight by saying, "We left ZCTU in 2012." We were the 2nd Civil Service Union to join ZCTU after CSEA. <ref name="PTUZ left ZCTU In 2012 After a ‘Falling Out’ - Majongwe"> [2], Pindula, Published: 20 May 2019, Retrieved: 14 August 2019

After the January 2019 ZCTU national shutdown, to which the government responded by deploying ZDF, resulting in at least 17 people being killed, PTUZ secretary-general Raymond Majongwe said: “We have 13 000 teachers to consult. We do not want a shut down, but solutions to the problems facing teachers. Government must address these grievances. Teachers must survive.”<ref name="Teachers Mull Another Tools Down"> [3], Newsday, Published: 13 June 2019, Retrieved: 14 August 2019

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