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UNILEVER Donates 100 Computers To Chitungwiza Schools.

UNILEVER Donates 100 Computers To Chitungwiza Schools.

Unilever Zimbabwe, through its washing powder brand OMO, has donated 100 computers to selected primary schools in Chitungwiza as part of the company’s efforts to cut the technology gap between the developed and developing countries. This forms part of the organisation’s initiative called “Vheneka Musha Mukuru” tailored to give back to the community and deliver […]

Teaching in Freedom, Empowering Teachers

Teaching in Freedom, Empowering Teachers

Joint Message on the occasion of World Teachers’ Day 2017 Teachers are a critical foundation of every society’s long-term strength — providing children, young people and adults with the knowledge and skills they need to fulfill their potential. But around the world, far too many teachers don’t have the freedom and support they need to […]

Works Of Young Female Writers Published In New Book

Works Of Young Female Writers Published In New Book

 The works of six young, female writers have been published in a new book about Liberia. The “Sexy Like A Book (Book one) Enchanting Voices” anthology is an effort of the Martha Juah Educational Foundation’s, an academic imitative designed to inspire young women and girls to improve their perspective on reading, literacy and education. The […]

Rant Of The Day – More Than Thunder

Rant Of The Day –  More Than Thunder

Welcome to the rant column                                                         The conversation.  Vivian : Mum, I want to go to a federal school Mum : What do you want to study again? […]

ASUU Suspends Strike

ASUU Suspends Strike

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has suspended the five weeks old strike. It directed members to return to the classrooms with immediate effect. ASUU President Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi told reporters last night after a long meeting with the Federal Government delegation, led by Minister of Laboutr and Employment Dr. Chris Ngige, that they […]

More Women Should Climb The Ladder Of Educational Leadership

More Women Should Climb The Ladder Of Educational Leadership

Ministry of Education has planned to increase the share of women leadership in education by 25 percent this fiscal year. However, the viability of the goal relays on all stakeholders’ concerted efforts in overcoming the potential challenges facing women educational leaders, researchers comment. Indeed, such ambitious plan enhances women’s educational leadership role. But, the efforts […]

FG Threatens To Invoke ‘No work, No Pay’ Law, As Negotiation With SSANU, NASU, NAAT Inconclusive

FG Threatens To Invoke ‘No work, No Pay’ Law, As Negotiation With SSANU, NASU, NAAT Inconclusive

THE meeting between the Federal Government Negotiation Team and striking non teaching staff in the universities was inconclusive last night but with some agreements reached between the two parties. Though the Federal Government team led by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige had agreed to the 12 points demand of the three […]

Mama Samia Suluhu Underscores The Importance Of Educating Girls

Mama Samia Suluhu Underscores The Importance Of Educating Girls

Vice President Mama Samia Suluhu has asked girls to utilise the fee free education as the open opportunity to reach their career goals in future. She made the remarks when opening the 14th edition of the gender festival at the Tanzania Gender Networking Programme (TGNP) grounds today. She said some reports shows an increase in […]

Empowering Rural Women Through Education

Empowering Rural Women Through Education

The right to education is fundamental Human Right. Education is crucial for development of women. Rural women’s access to education and training can have a major impact on their potential to access and benefit from income-generating opportunities and improve their overall well-being. Education without any doubt positively impacts the wellbeing of women in rural areas […]

Getting Initiation Rites Out Of Malawi School Calendar

Getting Initiation Rites Out Of Malawi School Calendar

Keeping girls in school has become a global agenda. Yet stories abound in the country of initiation ceremonies forcing girls to miss class. Mangochi, on the shores of Lake Malawi, is one of the hotspots for chinamwali, a rite of passage to adulthood which forces girls as young as six to be absent from school. […]

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