George Emmanuel College offering psychological assessment

By Beaven Dhliwayo Harare – George Emmanuel College High School has become the first school that uses psychological consultation when identifying areas of strength and weaknesses in pupils. Over the recent past it did not only take the country by storm with its psychological approach in dealing with academic problems, but became the first boarding More...

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By Beaven Dhliwayo On Friday, January 20th, 2017

George Emmanuel College: Doing things differently

By Beaven Dhliwayo Harare – Many parents invest in sending their children abroad to Europe just to enjoy the upmarket education, and George Emmanuel College has proven to offer that in their unique way of teaching. A More...

By ochikari On Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Major Zimbabwe Schools face Closure

By a Correspondent CHIREDZI- At least seven schools in Mwenezi and Chiredzi districts in Masvingo province face closure following a sudden drop in enrollment with some classes recording an enrolment of as low as More...

By editor On Thursday, January 12th, 2017

Zimbabwe at its worst as more than 40 000 students drop out over fees

AS the economy continues to shrink a student leader has revealed that over 42 000 colleagues have either deferred or dropped out of universities and colleges throughout the country due to high fees. Zimbabwe National More...

By Alois On Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

ZCTU blasts UZ over fees hike, threatens crippling action

Simon Munyoro The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has condemned the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) for hiking fees for medical students despite the current economic hardships being experienced. ZCTU General More...

By Tariro Senderayi On Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

EFFSC hosts 3rd Force’s YARDSC

The EFF Students Command (EFFSC)hosted the YARD students command (YARDSC)at the EFF offices in Braamfontein, Joburg for a structured two day meeting on unearthing an effective regional students movement advocating More...

By Alois On Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

Crisis as Minister Dokora introduces new curriculum

Simon Munyoro   Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Lazarus Dokora has hit the final nail to the country’s education system following the ongoing introduction of the controversial new curriculum. Investigations More...

By Nonhlanhla Sibanda On Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

Vocal Ex hosts Festival

By Nonhlanhla Sibanda LOCAL gospel ensemble, Vocal Extraordinaire, will stage a show dubbed “Worship Altar festival 2017” at Bulawayo Amphitheatre on January 2. The show will feature Takesure “Zamar” Ncube, More...

By Lisa Johns On Tuesday, December 27th, 2016

Marshal Chiza makes overwhelming breakthrough

BY LISA JOHNS BULAWAYO- EAGLE Life Assembly church founder Blessing Chiza’s son , Marshal (18) has made headlines when he launched his second book and  has made an overwhelming breakthrough as he is now featuring More...

By editor On Monday, December 26th, 2016

2017 thousands and thousands of jobs for Teachers

AT least 10 000 new teachers will be employed at State-run schools in 2017 to improve the teacher-pupil ratio and fill vacancies that arose from introduction of early childhood development. A few years ago, Government More...