Completion rate for primary education in Zim declines

Completion rate for primary education in Zim declines

The completion rate for primary education in Zimbabwe has declined from 98.5 percent to 89 percent while the number of Out-of-School children for secondary education worsened to nearly one child out of three, according to a comparative analysis of the 2014 and 2019 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) results.

Covid-19 will continue to claim lives: WHO

Covid-19 will continue to claim lives: WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said Covid-19 is likely to continue with surprises and claim more lives warning against underestimating the disease, which was first detected in late 2019.

Zimbabwe Has A Deficit Of About 3 000 Schools – Education Ministry

Zimbabwe Has A Deficit Of About 3 000 Schools – Education Ministry

The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education (MOPSE) has said the country has a deficit of about 3 000 schools, according to NewsDay.

Zim to import 200 000 tonnes of maize from Tanzania (26-07-07)

By Nokhuthula Khumalo

THE Zimbabwean government will import over 200,000 tonnes of the staple maize from Tanzania to avert widespread food shortages following a poor harvest Grain...

MDC PRESS STATEMENT 8 MDC Youth Members Arrested In Gweru.(26-07-07)

The National Organizing Secretary for the Youth Assembly of the Mutambara formation of...


“Constitutional Amendment Number 18: Impact on the Proposed 2008 Elections”

Professor Jonathan Moyo (Political Scientist...

Police Seal Off NCA Offices (26-07-07)

Scores of National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) activists demonstrating for a people-driven new democratic constitution were arrested...

Voter registration update Week ending 20 July 07

The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) continued to observe the voter registration currently being undertaken throughout...

Abel Mutsakani battling for his life in hospital after being shot (26-07-07)

By Larry Valeto

JOHANNESBURG – ZimOnline editor, Abel Mutsakani, is battling for his
life in a Johannesburg...

June inflation (26-07-07)

You might be interested to know that in June my own inflation figure in
my business...

Exiled Journalists calls for intense investigations on Mutsakanis attacks(26-07-07)

by Trust Matsilele

The South African Police Service (SAPS) and the government has been urged...

A government in the Bedroom! (26-07-07)

During the official opening of parliament on Tuesday, President Robert Mugabe made reference to the...

Zim Under 19 Rugby team wins (26-07-07)

The Zimbabwe Under 19 rugby side have notched up their second win...

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DURBAN ' Kaizer Chiefs believe they have found the solution to their problematic...

Boost for cyclists

CYCLISTS competing at this weekend's African mountain biking championships in Windhoek, Namibia received a boost from...

Beyond the Boundary

Mugabe to step down as patron?
Reports with leading cricket publisher this week suggest...