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In a bid to enhance interaction with stakeholders in the wake of an unprecedented surge in misinformation driven by social media platforms, the Ministry has, in conjunction with Higherlife Foundation unveiled a toll free line, 317, that will afford stakeholders access to...

The opening of schools for the first term of 2021 which was penciled in for the 4th of January has been deferred to a date to be announced owing to the surge in Covid-19 infections especially in light of the new and more contagious variants of the disease.

In a statement, the...

Schools across the country re-opened for examination classes on the 28th of September following a lengthy Covid-19 induced closure. Although schools offering Cambridge examinations re-opened on the 14th of September, the spotlight was on the public schools which had been...

Government is conducting a rapid assessment of the extent of the destruction caused by Cyclone Idai, which left several school infrastructure destroyed, swept away learners and teachers in Chimanimani and Chipinge recently.

Secretary for Primary and Secondary Education Mrs Tumisang...

Cabinet has approved the Education Amendment Bill of 2018 which seeks to guarantee the right to basic State-funded education at primary and secondary level, a right to further education which State is enjoined to make progressively available and accessible, Information, Publicity and...

Last week Government announced the Education Amendment Bill, whose most notable element was the provision of basic free education.

The amendment which will see primary and secondary education become free puts responsibility of funding basic education (primary and secondary) on the State...