Masaraure fined US$200

An inquest into his death ruled out foul play, but police went on to reopen the docket and filed murder charges against Masaraure and Chere.
By Trevor Mutsvairo May. 24, 2024

Union leader and activist Masaraure sentencing deferred

Masaraure, the leader of the Amalgamated Rural Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) was convicted on Wednesday on charges of obstructing the course of justice.
By Trevor Mutsvairo May. 23, 2024

Update: Masaraure convicted, awaits sentencing

An inquest into his death ruled out foul play, but police went on to reopen the docket and filed murder charges against Masaraure and Chere.
By Trevor Mutsvairo May. 22, 2024

ARTUZ leader, Masaraure convicted for obstruction of justice

Masaraure was convicted Wednesday by regional magistrate Feresi Chakanyuka.
By Boitumelo Makhurane May. 22, 2024

ED’s unfulfilled promises haunt civil servants

Public Service International sub-regional secretary for Southern Africa Tichaona Fambisa called on the government to prioritise investment in the public service sector.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Apr. 30, 2024

Interview: Rural teachers reflect on 10-year turbulent journey

Teachers in urban areas led by our current deputy secretary-general, Munyaradzi Masiyiwa, also approached us requesting to be part of the union.
By Jairos Saunyama Mar. 9, 2024

New curriculum divides teachers

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe President Obert Masaraure said the current history being taught in schools is flawed.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Mar. 4, 2024

We’re starving, govt workers cry

Government has, however, resisted calls to re-dollarise, announcing this week plans to introduce a gold-backed currency, an old tune which it seems to be reciting from the past.
By Ropafadzo Makosi Feb. 16, 2024

High Court stays ruling in NJNC case

In response, Artuz president Obert Masaraure bemoaned the hold-up in delivering the verdict in the case.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Feb. 15, 2024