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Tempers flare during curriculum review meetings in Bulawayo

Since Monday, the Primary and Secondary Education ministry has been engaging stakeholders to review the Cala curriculum.
By Mpumelelo Moyo May. 26, 2023

Cala: An unnecessary burden on pupils

The uproar came out as parents and stakeholders debated with government officials during a curriculum review that started this week on Monday.
By Newsday May. 25, 2023

Outcry over school fees hike

Teachers unions also indicated that schools opening could be hindered by possible industrial action by disgruntled government employees.
By Staff Reporters May. 8, 2023

Salary dispute threatens schools opening

Teachers are demanding a minimum of US$1 260. They are currently earning US$250 and between $160 000 and $200 000 in the local currency.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 1, 2023

NGO drills boreholes in city

Lot Water Project (LWP), was formed in 2020 at the height of a diarrhoea outbreak that claimed 13 lives.
By Patricia Sibanda Apr. 16, 2023

Rural schools have no exam centres

This emerged in Parliament last Wednesday when Zanu PF Rushinga MP Tendai Nyabani raised the issue as a matter of national interest  where he gave his constituency as a reference.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Apr. 9, 2023

Govt to set up commission of inquiry on exam leaks

The country’s education sector has been affected by several problems including zero pass rates at some schools especially in rural Matabeleland.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 17, 2023

More than 2,2 million youths unemployed: ZimStat

The report, which was presented virtually yesterday was disrupted after the meeting was hacked by unknown people, resulting in pornographic material being shown to the participants.

Govt re-registers closed schools to absorb returnees’ children

Primary and Secondary Education ministry spokesperson Taungana Ndoro yesterday confirmed that government was regularising deregistered private schools to absorb the returning pupils.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 4, 2023