GOVT : WE WILL SHUT DOWN ALL UNREGISTERED SCHOOLS

All unregistered private schools will soon be closed as
Government does not have mechanisms to ensure quality and inclusive education
in those institutions, Primary and Secondary Education Minister Torerai Moyo
has said.

Responding to inquiries from j…

All unregistered private schools will soon be closed as Government does not have mechanisms to ensure quality and inclusive education in those institutions, Primary and Secondary Education Minister Torerai Moyo has said. Responding to inquiries from journalists during a Post Cabinet briefing, Minister Moyo said all private schools ought to be registered or else they will soon face closure.

ZIMBAS JAILED IN R100 MILLION SARS FRAUD

A group of eight people were jailed on Monday by the South
Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg after they defrauded the South African
Revenue Service of a staggering R100 million.

The NPA said the syndicate had four ringleaders consisting
of two Zimbab…

A group of eight people were jailed on Monday by the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg after they defrauded the South African Revenue Service of a staggering R100 million. The NPA said the syndicate had four ringleaders consisting of two Zimbabwean nationals, Jeremiah Musiwacho Dube and Maxwell Ndlovu Mavudzi, who both fraudulently acquired South African citizenship, a Zambian national,

WHY ZEC IS NOT INDEPENDENT

LEGAL think-tank Veritas has criticised the Zimbabwe
Electoral Commission (Zec) for seeking the parent ministry’s approval of
regulations, arguing that this undermines the commission’s independence.

Concerns of political meddling in Zec’s affairs have…

LEGAL think-tank Veritas has criticised the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) for seeking the parent ministry’s approval of regulations, arguing that this undermines the commission’s independence. Concerns of political meddling in Zec’s affairs have often been raised by stakeholders who include voters, with allegations that Zanu PF influences the commission’s decisions. “It should not have to

THIS IS A ZANU PF MANIFESTO : UNIONS SLAM NEW CURRICULUM

UNIONS representing teachers have criticised the
newly-introduced Heritage-based Curriculum saying it heavily borrows from the
ruling  Zanu PF party’s manifesto.

According to the Primary and Secondary Education ministry,
the inculcation of Ubuntu philosophy in learners will be compulsory under the
new curriculum.

This follows the scrapping of the controversial Continuous
Assessment

UNIONS representing teachers have criticised the newly-introduced Heritage-based Curriculum saying it heavily borrows from the ruling  Zanu PF party’s manifesto. According to the Primary and Secondary Education ministry, the inculcation of Ubuntu philosophy in learners will be compulsory under the new curriculum. This follows the scrapping of the controversial Continuous Assessment

ZINASU : WE WILL SHUT DOWN UNIVERSITIES

THE Zimbabwe National Students Union (Zinasu) yesterday
threatened to shut down universities and colleges in seven days if the Higher
and Tertiary Education ministry turns down its request for dialogue over basket
of challenges.

The union has been pro…

THE Zimbabwe National Students Union (Zinasu) yesterday threatened to shut down universities and colleges in seven days if the Higher and Tertiary Education ministry turns down its request for dialogue over basket of challenges. The union has been protesting over what it terms “out of reach” tuition fees, and have requested an audience with the ministry to prevent further drop-outs. Addressing