The government is making a concerted drive to make sure that schools reopen soon. Already those students who are writing June examinations this year are set to return and resume school this week. The government has also said that there will be a phased reopening of schools that will see those in completing classes and […]
Today (Monday 15 June 2020) the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education is set to begin broadcasting radio lessons aimed at those who are doing primary school. The lessons which are supposed to run from 15 minutes to 1 hour are part of the government and ministry’s efforts to make sure that students can keep learning despite the […]
Despite some rumors to the contrary and the fact that they are facing hardships brought on by the current lockdown meant to stop the spread of Covid-19, parents will have to pay school fees for the children when schools reopen. This is according to remarks attributed to Primary and Secondary Education Minister Cain Mathema in the Sunday News.
Despite denials, the government has confirmed that they intended to reopen schools at the end of June as we reported two weeks ago. The reopening has however been postponed to 28 July as the government tacitly admits that more steps need to be taken in order for schools to reopen safely. Also, just as we reported two […]
NetOne has followed into the steps of Econet by creating it’s own eLearning data bundles meant to help students access online material that will help with their education. The bundles are certainly cheaper than Econet’s similar bundles.
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ZIMSEC recently issued a statement reaffirming the examination dates for those who intend to sit for the June 2020 examinations. The exams are supposed to start on 30 June 2020 and end on July 23 2020 for those writing Advanced Levels. For those writing Ordinary Levels exams will end on 20 July 2020. The registration deadline for those […]
Secretary Nick Mangwana has dismissed the document upon which this article is based.
The question on everyone’s minds ever since the coronavirus lockdown began has been: When will our lives get back to normal? One aspect of our lives that has not been normal […]
According to Mrs Thumisang Thabela, the Permanent Secretary of Primary and Secondary Education, June examinations for ZIMSEC will start on the 29th of June this year and will run until July 22. This follows the government’s announcement last week that they really wanted June Advanced Level and O level students to write their exams in June.
This week ZIMSEC made two important announcements concerning the issue of the June 2020 and November 2020 public examinations. According to the board, the June and November papers for this year are ready and will be distributed to schools as soon as the exam board gets a go-ahead from the government.
Nick Mangwana the permanent secretary in the ministry of information, publicity and broadcasting services ( we will just call him Secretary Mangwana from now on), has been quoted by Health Times as saying that Zimbabwe’s schools will probably only reopen in August because of the coronavirus outbreak that has the entire world including Zimbabwe in lockdown.