— @mashnets. Matabeleland South Province JZ Moyo High School – near West Nicholson Manama High … Addressing the media after a Cabinet meeting yesterday, Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu said the Government had come with new measures specifically for boarding, which included the training of staff at the learning institutions. “The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education with technical support from the Ministry of Health and Child Care, is organising logistics for implementing the following practical measures to minimise the recurrence of the John Tallach School experience in other boarding schools, reviewing the maximum carrying capacity of all boarding hostels, conducting detailed inspection of boarding facilities and targeted training of hostel matron, boarding masters as well as kitchen staff,” he said. He added that boreholes would be drilled for schools in need. While Kriste Mambo Secondary. “With the festive season fast approaching, the public is advised to take all the necessary precautions to prevent a surge in Covid-19 positive cases.”. The Minister said NatPharm and private companies have adequate stocks of most medicines and drugs required for the prevention, treatment and supportive management of Covid-19, including stocks of PPEs. THE Government has moved to strengthen protective and preventive measures in the country’s boarding schools to prevent a recurrence of the mass Covid-19 infections witnessed at John Tallach High School in Ntabazinduna, Matabeleland North, while 150 million has been released to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education for the drilling of boreholes. One such school is the Dominican Convent High School in Bulawayo which is charging $12 500 for Forms One up to Four and $15 000 for Lower Sixth and Upper Sixth. “The enforcement of lockdown measures will be intensified henceforth. We pay more for national team games than for the Champions League, Neymar on the draw with Bordeaux: PSG played timidly. It should be emphasised that where there is non-compliance to these regulations the low enforcement agencies will not hesitate to enforce the penalties prescribed,” said the Minister. Saint Alberts High School; St Dominic's Chishawasha; St Faith's School, Rusape; Saint Ignatius College (Zimbabwe) St. Stephen's College, Balla Balla; Springvale House; St. George's College, Harare Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Clear penalty. Two weeks ago, Vice President Dr Constantino Chiwenga who is also the Minister of Health and Child Care warned of the possibility of the country being hit by a second wave of Covid-19 saying ignorance, denial and wishful thinking could lead to more deaths. Covid-19 cases in schools are rising following reported cases in schools in Matabeleland region, with Matopo High School in Matabeleland South also recorded 10 Covid-19 cases. Minister Ndlovu said visitors to the country should undergo Covid-19 tests in their countries of origin and bring valid negative results obtained within 48 hours of departure in line with World Health Organisation (WHO) protocols. Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Reporter GOVERNMENT is putting in place measures to strengthen Covid-19 prevention in boarding schools through reviewing the maximum carrying capacity of all boarding hostels and conducting inspections of boarding facilities as well as training hostel matrons, boarding masters and kitchen staff.. Treasury has also released $150 million for the Ministry of … In a post-Cabinet briefing yesterday, Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu said the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education with technical support from the Ministry of Health and Child Care, is organising logistics for implementing the following practical measures to minimise the recurrence of the John Tallach School experience and other boarding schools. Cabinet also noted with concern an increase in Covid-19 positive cases in the country recorded over the past three weeks. Bruce Ndlovu, Sunday News Reporter. We lack stability, A clear penalty! Despite the rising Covid-19 cases at learning institutions, the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education says schools are strictly following regulations put in place to curb the spread of Covid-19 which had killed 273 as at Monday. “In order to guarantee of fresh water to schools in need, Cabinet reports that $150 million was released to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education for the drilling of boreholes,” he said. THE Government has moved to strengthen protective and preventive measures in the country’s boarding schools to prevent a recurrence of the mass Covid-19 infections witnessed at John Tallach High School in Ntabazinduna, Matabeleland North, while 150 million has been released to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education for the drilling of boreholes. 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Mashudu Netsianda, Senior ReporterGOVERNMENT is putting in place measures to strengthen Covid-19 prevention in boarding schools through reviewing the maximum carrying capacity of all boarding hostels and conducting inspections of boarding facilities as well as training hostel matrons, boarding masters and kitchen staff. Wynberg Boys High School (SA) 27. Under the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), hugs, handshakes and sharing of desks are not permitted in schools. “Cabinet notes that a number of Covid-19 positive cases were reported at learning institutions following the full re-opening of schools. The nation is informed that gatherings are still regulated, while authorised events such as weddings and church congregations are limited to 50 and 100 persons, respectively,” he said. As of yesterday, 184 pupils at John Tallach had tested positive for Covid-19, while positive cases have also been recorded in Matopo and Chinhoyi High Schools. Emakhandeni Primary School in Bulawayo has also recorded some cases.