Govt, Teachers Union of Malawi in win- win deal

Both government and Teachers Union of Malawi (TUM) are tight-lipped on the outcome to end the teachers strike talks but a “win- win deal” is said to have been agreed.

TUM leaders  to brief  journalists –Photo by Watipaso Mzungu

Sources say the talks in Lilongwe were highly charged.

However, sources say both the government and TUM officials have struck an agreement.

The agreement is expected to be signed today over the ongoing stay away by teachers in public schools.

Sources said that the two parties have agreed to sign an agreement that will bring an end to the industrial action.

Our sources have also indicated that TUM confirmed and committed to sign the agreed deal this morning.

However, our sources have said the meeting was highly charged  as both sides presented arguments and counter arguments  on the provision of risk allowances.

The two sides have settled for what is being referred to as a  win- win deal.

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Generations
Generations
1 month ago

Nde apa nkumati mwalemba nkhani?

Babay
1 month ago

Awa ndiye manyi awa

Extra Point
Extra Point
1 month ago

This is crap. What win win? Heated issue? Koma nyasatimes nayo . I thought you have editors to review articles before posting them on website. Ndiye mwalembapo chiyani apa?

Don Master
Don Master
1 month ago

Stupid article

John chidongo
1 month ago

Kodi inu aTum tiphunzitseniko kuti zolinga za bungwe lanu ndi chani kweni kweni. Mukutipatseko zifukwa zitatu zokha zomveka bwino kuti tikumvetseni. Inu mumapanga collect ndalama K500 mwezi uli wonse kwa mphunzitsi ali yense kwa chaka kwa zaka. Kodi mungatiuzeko kuti ndalamayo ntchito yake ndi chani. Ndipo mungatipatseko total amount imene muli nayo ku bank chiyambireni cha bungwe limeneli? Pano a president ndi a Vice awo anasayinira kuti ngati munthu akufuna kudziwa mmene chuma cha boma union ali ndi ufulu kutero. Ndalamazo zimagwira ntchito yanji. Ndikufuna andiyankhe mwanjira ina iliyonse a Chairman / chairlady. Chifukwa ngati ili registration ngati ku ma… Read more »

CommonSenseNotCommonPerhaps
CommonSenseNotCommonPerhaps
1 month ago
Reply to  John chidongo

Another crap. Do your research seriously. Contributions TUM gets are way low than the annual contributions made by the other professions, even after the total monthly deductions for the whole year. All the other small things you have said simply need common sense, no need of anyone explaining to you (akhoza kungotayapo nthawi, like I am doing if you cannot think them out yourself)

Mzaliwa
Mzaliwa
1 month ago

Another crap. TUM is not a professional body. It is a teachers mouth piece (represantative body) a baby of National union of trade. They only collect 1% of a person’s basic salary. We can say Teachers have no Professional body unless O dont know it.

Jah
Jah
1 month ago

What the fuck is it??? Aaaaa

zikunka nabeba kwa masharubu
zikunka nabeba kwa masharubu
1 month ago

Kusiyana kwa reporter and journalist kumaonekera apa pokuti kumatiuza ‘akambirana ndipo akuoneka kuti agwirizana koma Ife atibisira’, pamene journalist amazati ‘according to inside sources that opted for anonymity,…. whether this will satisfy the wider teacher community, it is yet to be….’. Please Nyasatimes bring us news

Mulopwana
1 month ago

If you dont ve news please learn to SHUT UP

CommonSenseNotCommonPerhaps
CommonSenseNotCommonPerhaps
1 month ago
Reply to  Mulopwana

You should have practised this reasoning of yours; but alas!!!

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