Govt to start teaching Constitution in primary & secondary schools

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Deputy Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, Professor Paul Mavima revealed that Government will from next year start teaching the Constitution of Zimbabwe to primary and secondary school pupils, as a way of making citizens appreciate the country’s supreme law as required by Chapter 1 section (b) of the new Constitution.

Speaking in Parliament recently, Mavima said they are going to introduce constitutional studies to schools early next year and that the program will also include Early Child Development (ECD) pupils. He added that apart from the constitutional lessons, government is also looking at teaching school pupils about other national symbols and the national anthem, building from the National Pledge.

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