Strive Masiyiwa Offers Free Online ‘Extra Lessons’ For Pupils

Strive and Tsitsi Masiyiwa’s Higherlife Foundation has partnered with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education to provide free online educational material for pupils during the lockdown.

Pupils can access the learning material through the Ruzivo platform on www.rdl.co.zw.

In a statement on Wednesday, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education Tumisang Thabela said:

As the ministry attempts to come up with a raft of measures to engage learners, their parents and guardians are urged to encourage learners to continue to study hard.

In the interim, learners are advised to log onto the Ruzivo platform, www.rdl.co.zw, for study material and other educational related materials. Our partner Higherlife Foundation is availing the platform at a zero rate.

Thabela urged education stakeholders, teachers and learners included, to maintain social distancing and to adhere to correct hygiene practices recommended by the Ministry of Health and Child Care.

Schools across Zimbabwe closed for the first term earlier than scheduled following the declaration by President Emmerson Mnangagwa that the coronavirus disease was a state of national disaster and thus allowing emergency measures to be taken.

More: The Herald

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6 comments on “Strive Masiyiwa Offers Free Online ‘Extra Lessons’ For Pupils

  1. Just become President Zanu and MDC are annoying everyone in the world is worried about covid 19 except these two.

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