Category: Education

UZ slammed for refusing admission of student activist

By Patricia Mashiri In a development that is likely meant to muzzle student activism, the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) authorities have rejected an application for...

UZ programme to solve food and nutrition security issues

By Byron Mutingwende   In line with its key strategic thrust, the Institute of Food Nutrition and Family Sciences (IFNFS) of the University of Zimbabwe plans to...

Mugabe University Grant: A Case of Misplaced Priorities: CiZC

By Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) is alarmed and worried at the wanton abuse of public funds following the award of close to US$1bn...

Improve the learning environment: stakeholders

By Byron Mutingwende   The situation seems normal to Joseph Mazango (not real name) who is a teacher at a makeshift school made from horse stables abandoned by the...

Zimbabwean Wins Inaugural ALUSB Chairman’s Scholarship

By Wallace Mawire The African Leadership University School of Business (ALUSB) has announced Zimbabwean Lawyer, Zanudeen Makorie as the first recipient of the...

Water should be managed sensibly: Agostini

By Byron Mutingwende   There is need to scale up awareness programmes on the importance of managing water sensibly, Enrico De Agostini, the Italian Ambassador to...

Zimbabwe moves towards ratification of 1954 Hague Convention

By Byron Mutingwende   Zimbabwe is moving towards the ratification of the two protocols of the 1954 Convention for the Protection of Cultural Heritage in the event...

Schools set to benefit from ZIMSWAP

By Byron Mutingwende   The Zimbabwe Schools Water and Agriculture Project is a self-sustainable water project that is set to positively impact learning institutions...

Education should cater for special needs of children with disabilities

By Byron Mutingwende   Children with disabilities have special needs that should be addressed for them to access education without hindrances or barriers. Speaking...

Ministry urged to address concerns over new curriculum

By Byron Mutingwende   The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has been urged to consider concerns by stakeholders over the newly introduced curriculum. The...