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Zacc, Parly must probe Beam funds abuse: Zimcodd

The organisation implored the government to recognise the 20% Abuja Declaration on education financing, which the country is a signatory to.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jul. 10, 2024

Govt clearing Beam bill: Moyo

Government pays school fees for at least 1,8 million learners out of an estimated six million.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 31, 2024

Govt rebuffs World Bank advice

“We cannot listen to opinions from those who do not stay in Zimbabwe and we are not going to be coerced into doing things the way they want us to do.
By Brent Shamu May. 8, 2024

Govt admits delays in Beam disbursements

Public Service deputy minister Mercy Dinha revealed this in Parliament, while responding to written questions from legislators on the Beam arrears and payment plan.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 13, 2024

Beam paralyses quality education: Teachers

He said government had a constitutional duty to progressively make education accessible and available by implementing reasonable legislative measures.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 5, 2024

A relook into 2024 National Budget

This first column for 2024 starts with a relook into the 2024 budget, the instituted amendments, and their implications.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Feb. 9, 2024

Why govt must pour more funding into education

Public schools in Zimbabwe were the worst affected by the pandemic, as the majority of students could not access lessons via electronic platforms due to several reasons.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Feb. 2, 2024

COVID-19 fuelled school dropouts: Minister

Moyo said the government had since embarked on a number of programmes to motivate learners.
By Margaret Lubinda and Patricia Sibanda Jan. 29, 2024

Govt struggles to clear BEAM arrears

In May this year, teachers unions questioned the continued existence of BEAM, describing it as a breeding ground for corruption.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Nov. 9, 2023