Category: Education

Obert Masaraure (C), the ARTUZ President

Teachers desert classrooms in protest against under-payment

The Amalgamated Rural Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has said today is day one of phase 2 of teachers’ job action against ‘slave wages’...

Prof Paul Mavima, Minister of Primary and Secondary Education

School teacher persecuted for slating education minister and ZANU (PF)

By Kumbirai Mafunda A Zimbabwean school teacher has been hauled to appear before a disciplinary hearing to answer to misconduct charges after he was accused of...

The Founding President of Youth Voice Mass Movement, Tinashe Nyagunzu

Youths demand to be heard: Youths Voice Mass Movement Organisation launched

In a move to ensure inclusive youth participation in the government and national exercises, a youth-oriented organisation called Youth Voice Mass Movement that is...

Institute of Chartered Secretaries in Zimbabwe President Letitia Gaga

Record number of chartered secretaries graduate

A record number of students graduated as chartered secretaries on Saturday (June 8) at an historic graduation ceremony at which the first students from a joint Great...

Youths need essential skills to survive in the difficult economic environment

Inspiring Book: Essential Skills for Highly Successful Youths

A fresh and new book on critical skills targeting youths, a game changer for youths seeking success. There is a new book coming out called Essential Skills for Highly...

Obert Masaraure showing his bruised and battered body

ARTUZ President abducted and tortured over teachers’ strike

The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has reported that its President, Obert Masaraure,  was abducted at midnight by unknown assailants believed to...

Evidence-based information management and governance will lead to attainment of Vision 2030

Proper information management promotes good governance, transparency

By Byron Mutingwende   Information is a fundamental asset and managing it is critical for ensuring evidence and accountability, Minister of Public Service, Labour...

Sanitary pads important for menstrual hygiene

Menstrual hygiene a critical health consideration

By Tatenda Mujeyi Menstrual hygiene is a critical health consideration that every society has to prioritise for society’s development. The remarks were universally...

Deaf Zimbabwe Trust says needs of learners with disabilities should be embraced in the Education Amendment Bill

Deaf Zimbabwe Trust Urges Education Policy Review

By Tatenda Mujeyi The Deaf Zimbabwe Trust (DTZ) has urged government to amend the Education Amendment Bill to make it more inclusive for people with disabilities (PWDs)....

Participants at a dialogue supported by the Embassies of Sweden and Canada that brought together 10 Universities that was held on Friday 24 May 2019 at the University of Zimbabwe Sport Pavilion.

Step up partnerships to end sexual exploitation in varsities: Parajuli

Sexual exploitation is prevalent at universities in Zimbabwe, amid calls by various stakeholders to step up partnerships to address the problem.   This emerged at a...