Education: A survey of the events of 2008

source: Mmegi

It has been a hectic year at the Ministry of Education. Students have died abroad, and the minister has not escaped allegations of indescretion, and failure to recognise conflict of interest in his private and political dealings. From Mmegi’s education desk,

The Ministry of Education started the year on a low note when senior students at Moeding College gave the new students sleepless nights on their arrival. They were accused of shaving the pubic hair of other students, burning their wigs and forcing their victims to inhale the smoke.

All Form Fives were suspended and instructed to return to school with their parents. They were required to anonymously write down the names of those they witnessed bullying the new students.

Twenty-two Francistown Senior Secondary School students were last week sent home after [continue reading]



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