Govt should probe schools

Sunday News (Zimbabwe) - - Front Page -

DI­REC­TIVES from Gov­ern­ment must be fol­lowed but there are other civil ser­vants who need to be re­moved from duty be­cause the habit of do­ing things wrong now flows in their blood­stream.

Some schools send chil­dren back home on open­ing days. Mt­shane Pri­mary School turned away school kids, Mgoqo is a vic­tim, maybe many more.

Th­ese two are in Nku­lumane in Bu­l­awayo. They do not have fa­cil­i­ties to use for EcoCash, e-bank­ing, swip­ing etc. Par­ents with plas­tic money bal­ances have their chil­dren chased from class.

The two school heads do not work with par­ents prop­erly. How are th­ese peo­ple pro­moted? What cri­te­ria is used? They are not de­vel­op­ing schools. They are stum­bling blocks. At Mt­shane there is no head to talk about. It’s a chaotic school. Disor­gan­ised in ev­ery way you can imag­ine. Where are you SDCs?

It is a coun­cil school but things do not work smooth. There is ad­min­is­tra­tive de­fi­ciency. Are th­ese schools su­per­vised? Where are you PEDs?

Please visit your schools reg­u­larly to make sure all is ok. Kuyad­lalwa laphayana! Em­ploy staff that makes a pos­i­tive dif­fer­ence.

New Dis­pen­sa­tion, Peter Ng­wenya Nku­lumane, Bu­l­awayo

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