Things were bad in 2019 but there is no denying the fact that high as it may have been, continuing to charge the same fees as those of the third term in 2019 will not work. A lot of schools have sent out communications to parents announcing massive school fees hike of as high as 1 000%. This has prompted […]
Yesterday the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council Announced the release of Grade 7 results for those who sat the examination in October of this year. This means that students should be able to start collecting their results starting this Monday.
According to the preliminary information, the 2019 national pass rate is 46.9 per cent down from […]
Yesterday the President of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, In terms of Subsection 1 of Section 104 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 20) Act 2013 made some Ministerial appointments and re-assignments.
One of this affects the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education. Honourable Ambassador Cain Mathema is now the new Minister of Primary and Secondary […]
The Ministry of Education would like to inform parents that the Electronic Ministry Application Platform (EMAP) platform is now up and working again. Those with children looking for Form One places next year can now start applying via the platform.
The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education will be running an electronic platform for […]
As a progressive people, at Revision Africa, we firmly believe in education as an inaliable right. Even if a girl falls pregnant she should be allowed to continue with her education.
At the moment the Education Amendment Bill at the Second Reading stage in Zimbabwe’s National Assembly (Parliament). One of the amendments is that […]
According to the Principal of Morgan Zintec, headmasters and teachers should be more flexible and allow their students to bring in cellphones and use them as part of their learning process.
Dr Tonderai James Zendah was addressing school heads at the National Association of Secondary Heads (Nash) conference in Victoria Falls on Wednesday:
In an previous article we reported that the president for the rural teachers union, Almalgamated Rural Teacher’s Union of Zimbabwe, Obert Masaraure was now a wanted man after a Harare magistrate issued a warrant for his arrest following allegations of violating bail conditions.
Mr Masarure’s lawyer, Doug Coltart has just confirmed that his client has […]
Harare magistrate Magistrate Barbara Mateko issued an arrest warrant for ARTUZ president Obert Masaraure after he violated his bail conditions.
Mr Masaraure is a teacher at Chemhanza school in Hwedza and doubles as the president of the vocal and outspoken Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe which is embroiled in a labour dispute […]
Lecturers from at least two of Zimbabwe’s state universities have threatened to go on a go slow as they say their salaries are no longer enough to sustain them.
2019 has been a tough year for most employees as the economy has been in a free fall despite the government’s positive tone and austerity measures. […]
Following a spike in cases of rape of minors, the Zimbabwean Police have urged parents to be vigilant and not leave their children in the custody of friends, relatives or strangers.
The poice is urging parents/guardians not to release their children into the custody of friends, relatives or neighbors in circumstances where they are not able to monitor their movements. Parents […]