zim-strike.png School Children in Zimbabwe  Leaders of both teachers' unions in Zimbabwe will go on strike in May when school starts again unless their salaries are paid Members of both unions - the Zimabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) and the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) have not been paid properly since February - despite the promises of the new unity government. Staff have been receiving $100 per month - which is barely enough to keep body and soul together - while the rest of their salaries has been paid in the local currency which has been worthless since the dolarisation of the currency. Read a full report at http://www.ei-ie.org/en/news/show.php?id=1007&theme=statusofteachers&country=zimbabwe