Joyce Banda Foundation fails to effect teachers salary increase, delays July pay

Joyce Banda Foundation schools, one of the few schools that teach both international and local curriculum, has failed to effect salary increments for its teachers since former president Joyce Banda lost elections in 2014.

Kachale: It’s not news

Some teachers at the school also said they have experienced delays in getting their monthly salaries, saying they are yet to get the July pay.

Joyce Banda Foundation proprietor Roy Kachale said people are just politicizing the whole matter because the founding proprietor is running for the office of the president.

He however confirmed that the foundation was experiencing some financial and economic problems, saying this led to the failure by the foundation to increase the salaries of the teachers.

Kachale also confirmed that the teachers were yet to get their July salary, saying there was a technical problem with the managers of the foundation bank managers.

He however said the issue would be sorted out as soon as possible but could not say when exactly the teachers would be paid their July pay nor when they will get the salary increments.

Kachale insisted this was not news worth for publication.

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UDF=DPP
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UDF=DPP

It is news because your mother uses the foundation to solicit funds from donors so if the foundation fails to meet its obligation it is news

UDF=DPP
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UDF=DPP

Donors also stopped funding the foundation after Cashgate

BigMan
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BigMan

The school was probably being funded by funds from account number 1. With that tap dry, its difficult to sustain its inflated status. Nanga shall we say the parents have stopped paying fees?

Agenda Setting Theory
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Agenda Setting Theory

This school started way back before JB was in government. If government fails to effect civil servants salaries, pay teachers leave grants, fail to pay utility bills for some of its departments, should we say Malawians have stopped paying taxes? You are a BigMan with a pea brain.

BigMan
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BigMan

If government fails to pay for that, it usually means wina akupakula from account number 1, just like abiti Mtila was doing.

sHUL
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sHUL

Every institution at a certain time experiences financial difficulties its not a new thing to brag negatively about. How many teachers from government owned schools have received their salary for the month of July? many of them haven’t. Go to financial institutions, banks, they are not also holly!! at a certain time, they are caught in the same financial crisis which affect their day to day activities. My point is, its better some times to use our 5 senses and the so called common sense before commenting the unknown. You will be surprised how many schools, faith-based and private NGO,… Read more »

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