Cambridge has announced that they have cancelled IGSCE and AS A-Level June examinations for this year in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. The virus was discovered in Wuhan Province in China December last year and has gone on to become a global pandemic that has already killed thousands and made hundreds of thousands sick.
During the middle of the week, the President relented to rising public pressure and announced that schools would close on the 24 of March as Zimbabwe braced for the coronavirus that has wreaked havoc across the globe. The University of Zimbabwe has announced that it will also temporarily shut down on the 24th and more Universities are likely […]
Last week the government and ZIMSEC revealed two things concerning those registering in November and June of this year. First, the government will be chirping in and paying part of these fees in a bid to make them affordable. Next, the agreed registration fees were revealed-those learning at private institutions are paying the same fees the government had […]
It is common knowledge that most day school teachers are conducting extra-lessons for which they charge in foreign currency. In a lot of urban primary schools, for example, teachers are asking parents to fork out $US2 per month or week depending on the school. The Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission says they have asked six schools to stop and […]
Breaking News: Minister Of Education Cain Mathema Reverses ZIMSEC 2020 Registration Fee Hike With Immediate Effect
Following public outcry over “exorbitant” ZIMSEC registration fees, the Minister of Education Cain Mathema has reversed the increase with immediate effect. The government will come up with new fees and inform the public in due course.
However, it is important to note that the registration deadlines still stand. Please make sure you register with […]
Watch Video: Hon Chinotimba And Hon Sikhala Question The Fairness Of University Fees Given What Workers Are Earning
Members of Parliament Joseph Chinotimba and Job Sikhala threw party affiliations aside as they angrily confronted Higher and Tertiary Education Minister, Professor Murwirwa over the tertiary education fees hikes. Both of them demanded to know whether the Minister had considered the meagre earnings that workers are getting before they effected the hikes.
These fees have been updated. To see the new and final fees approved by the Ministry of Education and ZIMSEC click here
The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) has announced the fees and closing dates for the Ordinary Level and Advanced Level June and November examinations.
O-Level fees per Subject
The Progressive Teacher’s Union of Zimbabwe has come out saying that it’s members will no longer be bothered by following the dress code set out by the Public Service Commission as they are too incapacitated to afford clothes. They argue that because they are now poorly paid, the choice has now come down to whether they should buy […]
We are well in January and still don’t know the exact fees that students who are already in state Universities and those who have/are applied/applying are going to pay. Early indications were that fees would probably be above $5 000 with some students being asked to pay over $8 000 ZWL.
The government has also […]
Results for those who wrote their A-Levels in November 2019 came out just over a week ago ( we are doing the maths as we write this so the timeline might be different to when you read this). As you know these days ZIMSEC now allows you to view a copy of your results online.