HARARE - Teachers in Zimbabwe who rejected the government's 70 to 75 percent salary increase are embarking on a three-day workweek from Tuesday.
Negotiations with teachers unions for better salaries reached a deadlock over what they describe as the government's poor offer.
Teachers in Zimbabwe are currently earning about R3,000 a month.
They're demanding salaries of just below R8,000.
Zimbabwe's Teachers Association says it's time to take action.
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