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Nhlanhla Lux responded to Zambian new law disqualifying teachers above the age of 45: Opinion

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New law in Zambia

If you are above 45 and you want to be a teacher your application will not be accepted.

If you are a foreigner you don't qualify to be a teacher in Zambia.

#PutSouthAficansFirst #OperationDudula

Nhlanhla Lux has responded to this allegation that Zambia has passed a new law where, if you are above 45 years of age, you cannot qualify for a teaching post. So it looks like the government of Zambia is turning down all applications that were made for teaching posts by people who are above the age of 45.

Hee has also responded to the fact that if you are a foreigner you can't have a teaching job in Zambia. I think it is the same thing in South Africa, I don't think that the foreigners who are teachers are teaching in government schools. There are only teaching in the private schools, also in Zambia also we have foreigners that are teaching in private schools. So I don't know where the matter is, I think the young man is beginning to lose focus, at the end whatever he is doing won't be able to be executed effectively.

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