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What every parent wants

We are not too worried if other people’s children do not have the best teacher, as long as our child has the best!
By Tim Middleton Jun. 4, 2023

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

Whizkid Zhou, a girl child torchbearer

A former Chisipite Senior School head girl, Zhou is set to receive the internationally-acclaimed educational award for her outstanding performance.
By Winstone Antonio May. 15, 2023

Malawi court orders schools to allow dreadlocks

The court, sitting in the eastern city of Zomba, was ruling on a petition brought by two Rastafarian children who were refused admission to public schools in 2016 and 2010.
By Bbc News May. 9, 2023

MPs raise dust over students maternity leave

Tagwira was appearing before the Higher and Tertiary Education Committee led by Lindiwe Maphosa to discuss sexual and reproductive health in tertiary institutions.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 9, 2023

Govt welcomes internet connectivity at varsities

“This infrastructure is set to benefit higher and tertiary education students by providing the necessary environment to create high tech business enterprises necessary for the new economy,” he said.
By Emmah Nhancumba May. 8, 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

Vive La difference.

If we are going to do that, then education is going to have to be different from what it is now and what it has been.
By Tim Middleton May. 7, 2023