Category Archives: Education

Mozambique: Academy Must Train ‘Competent Soldiers’, Says Minister

Maputo — Mozambican Defence Minister Jaime Neto declared on Friday that the country needs competent soldiers who will not allow themselves to be enticed by individuals with agendas foreign to the development of the country.Speaking at a graduation cere…

Mozambique: Pre-University Classes Resume On Thursday

Maputo — Mozambican Education Minister Carmelita Namashalua confirmed, at a Wednesday press conference, that classes in Mozambican secondary schools will resume as from Thursday, but only in the 12th, pre-university grade.All educational establishments…

Mozambique: Koranic School Owner Sentenced in Beira

  Maputo — A judge in the central Mozambican city of Beira, on Thursday, sentenced the owner of a local Koranic shool to 15 days imprisonment for violating the rules imposed under the country’s state of emergency. According to a report in Friday’s issue of the Maputo daily “Noticias”, a further two staff at the

Mozambique: 90 Days for Essential School Building Work

  Maputo — The Mozambican government expects to complete within 90 days the building work necessary to make it possible to reopen the country’s 667 secondary schools and 15 of the 27 teacher training colleges without a major risk of spreading the Covid-19 respiratory disease among the student population. To this end the government will

Mozambique: Nampula Parents Worried About School Reopening

Maputo — Nampula (Mozambique), 15 Jul (AIM) – Parents of secondary school students in the northern Mozambican city of Nampula are worried about the reopening of schools, scheduled to begin on 27 July, because of overcrowding in classes, and the safety of their children on the journey between home and school. They raised these concerns

Mozambique: Some Zambezia Schools Cannot Reopen

Maputo — Quelimane (Mozambique), 15 Jul (AIM) – At least 11 of the 52 complete secondary schools in the central Mozambican province of Zambezia will be unable to reopen on 27 July, according to the spokesperson for the provincial education directorate, Caunda Muticumala. The government ordered the closure of all schools in late March, as