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Runners and rudders

Similarly, consultation days and presentation evenings give them even more opportunities to know what is happening at this school.
By Tim Middleton Mar. 12, 2023

Sabiwa Primary School embraces e-learning

She made the remarks during the presentation of the Secretary’s Merit Award at the school.
By Nizbert Moyo Feb. 19, 2023

Teachers lament education inequality after18 Binga schools record 0% passes

Teachers said the failure was not surprising as the current curriculum was hinged on Information Communication Technology (ICTs), which was lacking in most rural schools.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Feb. 15, 2023

Competence-Based Curriculum set for review

Secretary in the ministry Tumisang Thabela said a review process for the next seven-year cycle is on the cards.
By Obert Siamilandu Jan. 11, 2023

Does a Honda fit all?

The one-size-fits-all approach does not work in education. We are reminded that there is one ministry, one Education Act, one curriculum, one examination board.
By Tim Middleton Jan. 8, 2023

Where are Zim universities getting it wrong?

The engineering and technology sector has a deficit of around 96% (National Skills Audit Report quoted in the 2019 National budget statement).
By Langton Mutoya Oct. 16, 2022

MPs demand withdrawal of Health Bill

The proposed law, which seeks to align the Health Services Act to the Constitution has been widely criticised for containing provisions that bar health workers from speaking out or engaging in job action.

By The NewsDay Jun. 9, 2022

Ziyambi defends Health Bill

The Health Services Amendment Bill is now at the second reading stage in the National Assembly.

By The NewsDay May. 19, 2022

‘Health sector does not need a new law’

In its statement last week on the proposed Health Services Amendment Bill, which seeks to align the Health Services Act to the Constitution, Zimcodd said the intention of the amendments were problematic as they sought to further oppress health workers.

By The NewsDay Apr. 26, 2022