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Colleges of education to re-open on Monday 29 June- government

3,449 ViewsThe government has announced that the re-opening of Colleges of Education which were closed in a move to curb the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) will be on Monday 29 June 2020 . Addressing the media in Lusaka yesterday, General Education Minister David Mabumba said that the re-opening will begin with graduating students to enable […]

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Universities, colleges to re-open on 8 June and 1 July respectively

3,528 ViewsThe government has announced the re-opening dates for universities and other institutions of higher learning. Minister of Higher Education Dr. Brian Mushimba has said the universities will open on 8 June. The Minister also announced that TEVET institutions will re-open on 1 July to allow students in their final year sit for their examinations. […]

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Zambia joins the world celebrate World Parents Day

2,561 ViewsThe country today joined the rest of the world commemorate the Global Day of Parents. “Appreciate all parents throughout the world” is the theme of global parents day 2020. This theme is the endorsement of parent’s struggles and sacrifices towards their children across the world. Not only parents rather grandparents and great grandparents are […]

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DAY 1: As Zambia opens examination classes

3,172 ViewsThe nation has opened up the examination classes today, this is in line with President Edgar Lungu’s directive that such grades should open so that the students are not disadvantaged. Despite the coronavirus pandemic still ravaging the nation, Lungu in one of his national address on the pandemic said exam grades should open today. […]

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Zambia to re-open exam classes on Monday

3,004 ViewsZambia is going to open exam classes on Monday 1st June 2020 on condition that schools enforce all public health guidelines, regulations and certification. This follows President Edgar Lungu’s directive that Examination classes in both Primary and secondary Schools should reopen in order not to rob the children’ s right to education. He made […]

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MH DAY: Calls made not to stigmatise mensuration

1,622 ViewsZambia recently joined the rest of the globe celebrated Mensural Hygiene Day (MH Day) amid calls not to stigmatise this important period in the health and wellness of mankind. This year, the day was commemorated under the theme ‘It’s time to take action. This theme highlights the urgency for the collective work needed to […]

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Schools in South Korea close soon after re-opening, as COVID19 cases shoot up

2,926 ViewsMore than 200 schools in South Korea have been forced to close just days after they re-opened, due to a new spike in virus cases. Thousands of students had earlier on Wednesday returned to school as the country began easing virus restrictions. But just a day later, 79 new cases were recorded, the highest […]

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Rural schools not ready for re-opening, lack necessary resources

3,051 ViewsThe Medical for Quality Healthcare in Zambia ( MQHZ) and National Action for Quality Education in Zambia ( NAQEZ) have declare that three quarters of rural Primary schools are not ready for reopening next week. In a joint statement, the two bodies said after monitoring a total of 631 schools across the country, between […]

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JCTR calls on government to enhance safety measures as schools re-open

1,999 ViewsThe Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) has implored the government to go an extra mile to ensure safety of children and teachers as schools re-open for examination classes. According to Government, measures are being put in place to ensure that school environments are safe to avert any possible further spread of the Coronavirus […]

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VP calls for transparency and accountability in COVID-19 donations

2,091 ViewsVice President Inonge Wina has urged the Ministry of Health and the Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) to make sure that all donations received from the general public towards COVID-19 are well accounted for. She has since directed the DMMU National Coordinator Chanda Kabwe and Permanent Secretaries at the Ministry of Health to […]

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