Education

  • HUBS: THE INCUBATORS OF INNOVATION 

    Zimbabwe is blessed with youths that are educated, innovative and have great potential, but more collaborations are needed to bring out their best. Most successful young entrepreneurs who rise in developed nations do not do so alone, they share ideas and partner in various projects. With Zimbabwe’s over 90% literacy rate, and an emerging crop of entrepreneurs, innovation hubs across…

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  • UNESCO AND IMF REPRESENTATIVES IN THE COUNTRY 

    By Staff Reporter As Zimbabwe continues to re-engage with countries and institutions that it had lost relations with in the past 20 years, a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and an International Monetary Fund (IMF) representative are in the country to discuss several areas of cooperation. The two have already held several closed door meetings with Foreign…

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  • THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MAKES STRIDES WITH NEW PROGRAM

    By Staff Reporter The government has made significant strides in the education sector through the introduction of the Continuous Assessment Learning Activities (CALA) through the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education. In general terms, CALA refers to various learning activities and assessments that expect students to conduct detailed research-based initiatives in specific areas where they incorporate practical activities such as…

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