Bulawayo High Court rules on Dadaya High School’s application against Dokora’s new curriculum

Dadaya High’s school development committee (SDC)’s bid to force Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora to stop the implementation of the new education curriculum has suffered a setback after Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Nicholas Mathonsi ruled it was not urgent.

Said Mathonsi:

There is no basis upon which this matter can be allowed to jump the queue. I refuse to deal with it on an urgent basis. The matter will proceed by ordinary application.

Dadaya had filed an urgent chamber application at the Bulawayo High Court on February 9 challenging the minister over the introduction of the new education curriculum, which the school argued was “disruptive”. The SDC cited the school’s headmaster and Dokora as respondents.

More: NewsDay


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2 comments on “Bulawayo High Court rules on Dadaya High School’s application against Dokora’s new curriculum

  1. This id definitely urgent by all standards. Our Children are going to be affected by such devilic tendencies where the devil has now been incorporated in our schools through Dokora. The SDC is right, we do not need Islam in our schools, religion is quite serious and we must allow our country’s future be destroyed by a moslem maniac who purports to be a minister and in the process destroying our future – our children is our future and we say BIG NO to dokoraism in schools. We say to the devils’ curriculum in Jesus Mighty Name.

    1. We are facing the devil on our education system and it is up to all parents to refuse the doctrine of the devil through someone called minister. We cannot accept having someone manufacturing hell on earth for us. We need to approach whatever authority. Dadaya parents did their part, we need also to do the same all over the country. The devil is trying to destroy our children and we must stand for what we believe in. We believe in a living God, Jehovah through the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ of Nazareth

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