GOVERNMENT has reportedly failed to pay tuition fees for pupils under the Basic Education Assistance Module (Beam) over the past two years, causing a severe financial squeeze on several schools run by the Bulawayo City Council.
GOVERNMENT has assured teachers they will not lose their jobs in the ongoing staff rationalisation exercise aimed at reducing the civil service wage bill.
A RURAL teachers’ union has called for a nationwide strike on January 4 to protest government’s failure to pay civil servants’ bonuses this year.
Midlands State University (MSU) has partnered with Marondera-based Kushinga Phikelela Polytechnic in a move that will see the college offering a diploma in Community Development, Southern Eye has established.
Lupane State University (LSU) has promised to work with other government departments to speed up relocation to its main campus in Matabeleland North’s capital.
PROGRESSIVE Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) has embarked on nationwide campaign to encourage teachers to form housing co-operatives so that they can also be proud owners of urban homes.
Six out of 10 degree programmes in the faculty of arts at the Midlands State University (MSU) will from next year be relocated to the Zvishavane campus, the institution said in a notice.
NEWLY-appointed Lupane State University (LSU) Vice-Chancellor Pardon Kuipa has set January next year as relocation date for the institution from Bulawayo to its Lupane campus.
OPPOSITION MDC-T activist, Ekem Moyo has started lobbying for the teaching of SeSotho in Gwanda where the language is largely spoken.
THE National Association of Secondary School Heads (Nash) research unit, which started consultations aimed at complementing government efforts in developing a new education curriculum in line with the 1999 Nziramasanga Commission, could present its research report by December.