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.

Letter from Home – Closer to revolution than ever

Dear Family and Friends,
As early as nine in the morning at least 250 people stood in snaking lines waiting to be searched on...

Beware the home-grown monster

WARD 12, PARIRENYATWA HOSPITAL, HARARE - Sometimes I wake up and I see things...

DUT can help

LONDON - The Dzimbahwe-Umuzi trust (DUT), a non-partisan charity launched in 1999, wants to become more...

Unity our only weapon

EDITOR - I still remember well the day workers and students packed Rufaro Stadium in Harare....

UnitKmusic with Tomas Brickhill

Saturday August 5 was the Zimbabwe Community Association Festival in Kilburn Grange Park in North West...

Detention Watch from Zimbabwe Association

LONDON - A new scheme has just been launched by the International Organisation of Migration (IOM),...

MDC warmly welcomed in Alexandra

ALEXANDRA - Residents of the dusty Alexandra squatter camp on the outskirts of Johannesburg,...

State media loved Mugabe’s chair

By a Correspondent
HARARE- Should ZBH want to prove- as if proof were needed- that it is...

Letters 10-08-06 (ii)

MDC in Durban
EDITOR - It is with a mixture of joy and sadness that I mail...

Letters 10-08-06 (i)

Point of correction
EDITOR - On a point of correction, my wife Evidence John did not collapse...

Why are we importing fertilizer?

Zimbabwe has three modern, highly-developed fertilizer manufacturing companies - operating at a fraction of their capacity...

Price hikes spook Govt

HARARE - With almost three weeks to go before the so-called "income tax-relief" of...

Benhura designs ZIFF trophies

HARARE - Renowned artist Dominic Benhura will be designing several unique stone sculptures to be given...