Education System Must Meet the Needs of the 21st Century Learner and Beyond

Education is a fundamental tool for the development of children and setting foundation for the communities they reside. Historically the education system has been designed to transfer knowledge from one person to the other with set standards, channels and principles. It is however debatable if the education that countries especially those in Africa are providing is still relevant to the current needs and global trends.

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Some Reflections on Student activism and the Pitfalls of Celebrity politics in Zimbabwe

''Student activism is a highly conflict-filled terrain with very passionate individuals and groups involved'' said one scholar (Moyo: 2013) in his journal article as he looked at the relationship between politics and student activism. In many parts of the world students protests have been a catalyst for change and in some instances causing the collapse of unpopular regimes. In his paper (Moyo: 2013) concedes that while student activism has been highly associated with social and political change and as a form of affirmative action it has been demonised by governments.

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African Child Needs More Than Just a Day

Young Africans have played a pivotal role in the development of the continent despite the limited space and opportunities to develop such relevance. It is this important value that young people have that has made politicians and senior citizens realize that if ever they want to gain relevance they must therefore include youth in every aspect of development. 

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Education; A Critical Tool Towards Girl Empowerment and Development

Education is a critical tool towards the empowerment of women; it is instrumental in the development of a young girl's values and virtues as it cultivates children into mature individuals, individuals capable of planning for their futures and making the right decisions, subsequently leading to the development of their respective nations.

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Zim 'Big Business' + 2018 Elections: Peddling Capital for Political Protection and Power?

It may sound odd to many but Zimbabwe has ‘big business’. That is big companies that make significant profits on a yearly basis. Even in such an assumedly ‘hostile’ environment. And there are some major companies out there. Zimplats, Delta Beverages, Econet Wireless, Meikles Limited, Greenfuels, Innscor and a number of significant others that are listed on Zimbabwe’s Stock Exchange.

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Youth Skills Development Critical Towards National Development

Young people are the backbone of every country’s economy, and because of their energy, immense ambition they are an enormous resource in the global development matrix. However, in Africa and other developing countries young people lack the capacity to bloom and take charge in the development of their respective nations.

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