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Arrested teacher leaders back in court, as PTUZ demands their release

About 16 Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union (ARTUZ) leaders are back at the Harare Magistrates Court, for bail hearing.

The 16, who spent the weekend detained in remand prison, were arrested last week & charged with participating in a gathering with intention of causing public revolt.

Meanwhile, ARTUZ says it will not be intimidated as the organization fights for living wages for their members.

The teachers body urged all progressive citizens, educators and those who value education to come and offer Solidarity to their Comrades at the Magistrate Courts.

Meanwhile, another teachers body PTUZ says it stands with their fellows.



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