An 82% failure rate for O-levels last year has finally pricked Zimbabwe's superiority complex about its education system.
Zimbabwe teachers, who went on strike over salaries three weeks ago, returned to work on Monday after their union called off the boycott.
Zimbabwe's teachers agreed to end a strike that emptied classrooms for a year, after the government promised to review salaries.
Zimbabwean unions have called off a teachers' strike after agreeing to a wage deal with President Robert Mugabe's government, which faces growing pressure from labour amid a deepening economic crisis. Thousands of primary and high school teachers went on strike on Monday to press demands for pay increases.