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High Court outlaws child-beating

The High Court has issued a landmark ruling outlawing the beating of children at school and in homes. Justice David Mangota held that parents and teachers must not lay their

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Former Kyle College student (16) seeks sponsorship to publish poems

Isheanesu Chikumbu, a 16-year-old girl who has just completed her ‘O’ Levels at Kyle College is looking for well-wishers to sponsor the publication of her poems. Isheanesu who stays with

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Falcon College goes coed!: Admits 12 girls for first term of the year: Old Boys “concerned” by change of traditions

WHEN the 2017 schools first term started last month, a new era began at Falcon College when the private, previously a boys only institution in Esigodini, Matabeleland South, opened its

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Head ‘fired’ over sodomy

THE Roman Catholic Church has transferred Shungu High School headmaster over his conduct in handling a sodomy case that rocked the school last year. The Catholic Church run school in

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O- Level attachment talks begin

Government is engaging private companies and non-governmental organisations to facilitate industrial attachment for Ordinary Level students in terms of the new school curriculum. Internship is a prerequisite of the curriculum’s

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Ministry of Education’s new high school curriculum sets 10 subject maximum, computers & other STEM subjects optional

The Ministry of Education which has been rolling out a new curriculum for Primary and Secondary Education in Zimbabwe recently shared some guidelines on subjects set for Ordinary Level students.

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Pupil by day, hooker by night

IT is 11PM and she has attended to two men; three more and her work for the night will be done. But she has to make sure that her night

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Should schools sell uniforms?

Schools and parents should find common ground on disagreements pertaining the sale of uniforms in schools since Government does not have a policy that either bars or allows the practice,

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Parents to ‘swipe’ school fees

Government has directed schools to acquire point of sale machines to facilitate smooth payment of fees. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has put in place modalities to avail the machines

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Ministry of Education takes unnecessary risks with rushed electronic enrolment system for Form 1

In 2015 the Minister of Education, Lazarus Dokora, announced that the government would be enforcing a new system for the application of Form 1 (High School) places that relies on Grade