Despite the Covid 19 challenges a number of students were able to write their ZIMSEC examinations in June. The examinations started late and there were even some rumours that non-teaching staff members were roped in to invigilate after fearful teachers abandoned their posts as they did not have protective equipment. Now the questions is when are results coming […]
Form Four And Sixes Opening Next Week, Here Is The Rest Of The Government’s School Re-Opening Timetable
We now know that those who are doing final classes i.e. Grade Sevens, Form Fours and Form Sixes are set to return to school next week but what about the rest of the students? When will they be returning to school in 2020? Are they even going to attend classes this year? Well, the government has come […]
Yesterday the government announced some changes to restrictions meant to combat the spread of Covid-19 in Zimbabwe. Among the raft of measures announced there was a rather startling announcement regarding the November ZIMSEC examinations. According to the announcement the examinations are to go ahead as planned. We are not sure what that really means but here is a […]
The question on everyone’s minds when it comes to education in Zimbabwe is: When will schools reopen? The last time schools had any sort of activity whatsoever was when June candidates were essentially coerced into writing their June exams in what turned out to be a chaotic operation with reports that some villagers were roped in to become […]
The Minister of Primary and Secondary Education has said it is too early to know whether students will be able to write ZIMSEC examinations in November. He blamed this uncertainty on the fact that Covid-19 cases which are on the rise might not have been contained by then. There has been a spike in local coronavirus cases which […]
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 […]
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.
2020 has been a year of many unusuals by any measure. Normal school routines have been upended by the virus and the latest item to be affected appears to be first-year applications made by those who wanted to become first-year students at the University of Zimbabwe. During normal years the University would have published a list of successful […]
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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