Apr 7, 2022 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Rosalia Guvamombe Parents in Epworth are lamenting poor access to education of their children since the onset of COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.The state of education is deteriorating, parents are forced to pay doubled...

Feb 24, 2022 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Rapule Moiloa Since the start of the pandemic, many of the young boys have been involved in taking substances like marijuana  due to the deferment of schooling in a bid to curtail the spread...

Nov 19, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Hazel Msiteli High School in Mpopoma, Bulawayo, is under siege from rival pupils’ gangs fighting each other using dangerous weapons.The violence reached a crescendo last Friday with the destruction of a section of...

Feb 19, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Rapule Moiloa On the 21st of December 2020 when Ramaphosa spoke he said if people are found without face mask in public they will be arrested and sentenced to six months or even...

Dec 11, 2020 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Rapule Moiloa On the 23rd of October 2020 Dobsonville Human Rights Advice Office together with Equal Education hosted parental power workshop at Dobsonville police station. Parent power is an initiative by the DG...

Sep 16, 2020 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Rapule Moiloa The pandemic and lockdown gave an opportunity to thieves to to break in to schools and steal school properties worth thousands since the beginning of the announcement of lockdown early these...

Gang fights rock a Bulawayo High School

  • By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za
  • Nov 19, 2021

by Hazel Msiteli High School in Mpopoma, Bulawayo, is under siege from rival pupils’ gangs fighting each other using dangerous weapons.The violence reached a crescendo last Friday with the destruction of a section of the school’s precast wall and classrooms’ window panes. One of the gang members was said...

By Emmanuel Alufazema Teachers at Bangula Primary School under Traditional Authority (T/A) Mbenje in Nsanje district in Malawi have asked the government to construct houses at the school campus saying they are struggling walking long distances to and from school a situation which is negatively affecting learners to access...

In equality during lockdown

  • By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za
  • Feb 19, 2021

by Rapule Moiloa On the 21st of December 2020 when Ramaphosa spoke he said if people are found without face mask in public they will be arrested and sentenced to six months or even fined for not putting their face masks and the first two weeks Bheki Cele said...

Parental power workshop

  • By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za
  • Dec 11, 2020

by Rapule Moiloa On the 23rd of October 2020 Dobsonville Human Rights Advice Office together with Equal Education hosted parental power workshop at Dobsonville police station. Parent power is an initiative by the DG Murray Trust and its aim is to empower parents to act as champions for their...

Theft at schools, cause for concern

  • By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za
  • Sep 16, 2020

by Rapule Moiloa The pandemic and lockdown gave an opportunity to thieves to to break in to schools and steal school properties worth thousands since the beginning of the announcement of lockdown early these year. Mofolo higher primary school in Evaton in the Vaal is one school that thiefs...

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