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.

Ngomakurira – Desire

'There is no great desire to save the planet, just as there is no huge desire to bring about justice and eliminate poverty.' This matter of...

New Twist In Mugabe Succession Saga

The struggle over who'll take over the reins of power intensifies and becomes more confused.

Where is Right to Health in Africa?

'Politicians have no respect for the opinion of health professionals'
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God is not our nanny

WARD 12, PARIRENYATWA HOSPITAL, HARARE - Mujubheki has been thinking again. He told me...

Trees Disappear as Eenergy Crisis Continues

BULAWAYO - Billowing smoke can be seen in broad daylight, but it is...

LETTER FROM HOME – A very sad week

Dear Family and Friends,
It has been a very sad week for Zimbabwe. After...

ZCA plans festival

LONDON - The Zimbabwe Community Association has planned a festival in Kilburn for August 5. The...

Detention Watch from Zimbabwe Association

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

UK News Briefs 13-7-06

SA author wins Caine Prize
OXFORD - Mary Watson from South Africa has won the seventh...

Court to rule on hijack

JOHANNESBURG - A South African court will rule this week on whether to grant bail to...

Pastors’ Forum acquires farm

PRETORIA - The innovative Zimbabwe Pastors Forum (ZPF) has been offered a 10 hectare farm in...

Independent radio stations jammed

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HARARE - Using Chinese-made equipment the Robert Mugabe regime has succeeded recently in...

Parliament ignored what’s really wrong with media – MISA

By a Correspondent
HARARE - Despite its criticisms, the parliamentary committee which reported on the state-run...