President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has announced that the restoration of teacher trainee allowances has taken effect from Tuesday September 12 alongside the official launch of the free senior high school (SHS) programme. Continue reading Teacher trainee allowance restored – Akufo-Addo
*RETIREMENT – How Prepared are you?*
In my capacity as an actuarial officer, I have had diverse
encounters with people especially the elderly asking the
question; How much will SSNIT pay me when I retire?
Normally, these individuals have some years, months or even
few weeks to retire.
Continue reading How to avoid being disappointed by SSNIT with your money: Retirement – How prepared are you?
How much money teachers earn around the world:
How much do educators get paid for their work? We asked 16 public school teachers in communities around the world — from Kildare to Kathmandu, Johannesburg to Oslo — to tell us what they earned in one month (and how they spent it). Here’s what they said:
Continue reading How much money teachers make around the world
The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), is demanding that the government immediately resolves all anomalies preventing the payments of the August salaries to four thousand of its members. Continue reading Teachers demand payment of suspended August salaries
VICTIMS OF THREE MONTHS SALARY ARREARS PAYMENT POLICY (V3MAPP)
PRESS RELEASE 30/06/2016
WE ARE DISSATISFIED WITH GOVERNMENT’S REFUSAL TO PAY OUR ARREARS BY JUNE ENDING WHILST OUR TEACHER UNIONS LOOK UNCONCERNED Continue reading WE ARE DISSATISFIED WITH GOVERNMENT’S REFUSAL TO PAY OUR ARREARS BY JUNE ENDING WHILST OUR TEACHER UNIONS LOOK UNCONCERNED – VICTIMS OF THREE MONTHS SALARY ARREARS
GOVERNMENT has awarded salary
increments of between 4.3 percent
and 19.4 percent for 2016 to
teachers in different grades, Minister
of General Education John Phiri has
And Government has recruited 4,450
teachers out of the 29,890
Dr Phiri told a press briefing in
Lusaka yesterday that Government
and the four teacher unions
concluded negotiations for improved
salaries and conditions of service
and signed the collective agreement.
“The four unions that include Basic
Education Teachers Union of Zambia
(BETUZ), Professional Teachers
Union of Zambia (PROTUZ),
Secondary School Teachers Union of
Zambia (SESTUZ), and Zambia
National Union of Teachers have
introduced a contributory public
service funeral insurance scheme,”
Dr Phiri said.
He said the scheme is a response to
teachers’ standing concerns about
the inadequacies of the funeral
grants as provided for in the current
Dr Phiri said central to the
negotiations was the desire to correct
the distortions arising from the
creation of the single-spine salary
He said this has resulted in the
separation into different salary
grades of officers previously
clustered in salary Grade H.
And Dr Phiri says Government has
successfully concluded recruitment
“Out of a total of 29,890 applications
that the Ministry of General Education
received from all parts of the country,
4,450 applicants were selected
depending on available vacancies in
each province,” he said.
Dr Phiri said the 2015 selection
process was rigorous and started at
the district level through to the
national selection committee.
The national selection committee has
representation from the Ministry of
General Education, Anti-Corruption
Commission (ACC), Teaching Service
Commission, Examinations Council of
Zambia (ECZ) and provincial
He said Northern Province recorded a
higher number of selected applicants
at 609 while Lusaka Province had
273 successful applicants.
Dr Phiri also said 8,078 teachers
have upgraded their qualifications
from diploma to degrees while
43,521 certificate holders have
upgraded their qualification from
certificates to diplomas.
“Currently, there are about 32,853
teachers who have not yet upgraded
themselves to acquire diplomas,” he
Dr Phiri added: “Arising from the
audit qualification report, Government
and the teachers’ unions agreed to
migrate teachers with higher
qualifications to appropriate grades
by December 15, 2015 but will start
getting their new salaries on January
1, 2016 as contained in the signed
GOG E-PAYSLIP REGISTRATION
Dear GoG Employees
It has come to our notice that some of you are not receiving
salary alerts on accounts due to incorrect telephone numbers
during the registration of your E-Payslip account.
To resolve this issue, all E-Payslip accounts which have been
dormant for more than a year and has not be reactivated in
previous times will be DEACTIVATED.
To reactivate your E-Payslip account will need to collect a
FREE registration code from your district CAGD office and login
at http://www.gogpayslip.com to activate your account.
You will continue to benefit from the numerous features of
your E-Payslip account and receive salary alerts.
Thank you for your cooperation
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