Uproar over non-Ndebele speaking teachers PDF Print E-mail

ACADEMICS and the Bulawayo Provincial Education office have expressed concern over the employment of non-Ndebele speaking teachers in primary schools in the Matabeleland region saying this was contributing to the low pass rate at these schools.Speaking during a workshop on indigenous languages and non-fiction writing, organised by the Zimbabwe Academic and Non-fiction Authors Association (Zana) Bulawayo chapter last Saturday, deputy provincial education director for Bulawayo province, Mr Richard Swene, stirred a hornet’s nest when he blasted the Civil Service Commission for employing primary school teachers whose first language was not Ndebele.


Created: 16 June 2014







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