Category: Education

Bus termini are busy as schools open

PAZ urges safety as schools open

Zimbabwean schools open for the first term of 2019 tomorrow and many students will be travelling to boarding schools. Most schools have own buses and others do not. The...

Naspers Leads R7.7-Billion Investment in Indian Tech Startup

Naspers and Canada’s state pension fund have invested $540 million (R7.77 billion) in Indian educational technology startup Byju’s. Bengaluru-based Byju’s launched...

The Minister of Youths, Sports, Arts and Culture, Honourable Kirsty Coventry at the launch of Generation Unlimited in Harare

Youths Urged to Participate in National Economic Development

By Tendai Guvamombe In order to curb  challenges ranging from economic turmoils to global warming effects, investing in the vibrant young blood will be a wisest...

2019 Zimbabwe Rhodes Scholars (L to R) Itai Muzhingi, Shantel Marekera and Tatenda Magetsi

Three make it to the 2019 Zimbabwe Rhodes Scholarship

By Byron Mutingwende   Three young scholars are heading for Oxford University after they were selected for the prestigious 2019 Zimbabwe Rhodes Scholarship.  ...

Hundreds of women and girls marching against the harassment of women in public spaces

Report sexual harassment in public spaces: Women urged

The Zimbabwe Gender Commission has urged women to report issues to do with sexual harassment to the Gender Commission or to the police. Speaking today at a march which...

Dr. Faith Nyamukapa

KinderCare Zimbabwe launches digital education resource application

By Owami Sithole KinderCare Zimbabwe launched Zimbabwe digital evolution learning workshop embracing quality education in the 21st digital era. Educational technology...

Mrs Bernadette Warambwa, author on food and nutrition

Nutrition from our environment: A book by Bernadette K Warambwa

By Byron Mutingwende   Mrs Bernadette Warambwa has a colour-illustrated book that encourages healthy eating using resources from our local environment.  ...

Honourable Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, Prof. Paul Mavima

UNICEF procures 4.7 million textbooks for Zimbabwe primary and secondary schoolchildren

UNICEF has procured some 4.7 million primary and secondary school textbooks to benefit 4,383 disadvantaged primary schools and 1,211 disadvantaged secondary schools in...

Food market in Harare

Questions that must be answered before poor countries import or export food

By Charles Dhewa In the absence of evidence-based agricultural policy formulation and implementation, most developing countries always rush to import food without...

MPS and young women discuss ways of ending gender-based violence

Sisters with a voice call on Parliament to implement Child Marriage Law

By Nevson Mpofu. The Southern Africa Parliamentary Support Trust (SAPST), Parliament of Zimbabwe and Katswe Sisterhood came to the Legal rescue of five girls who had...