Their salaries and allowances have also been slashed by half.
Lecturers countrywide have been on a three-week sit-in, demanding a salary increase equivalent to that being paid to state university lecturers and better working conditions.
College lecturers Association of Zimbabwe (Colaz) president, David Dzatsunga, yesterday confirmed receipt of suspension letters of about 36 lecturers from Morgenster Teachers College. Others from different colleges have been charged with misconduct.
“We received suspension letters and letters of other lecturers being charged with misconduct from Morgenster Teachers College yesterday.
“The affected members are 36 from Morgenster Teachers College. Other 60 lecturers from Bondolfi Teachers’ College, Masvingo Teachers (90), and 80 from Joshua Mqabuko are yet to be served with their letters, although they have been notified of such action,” Dzatsunga said.