CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF EXCEPTIONAL JOURNALISM
Teenagers flock to popular game rooms to bet on football. The trend worries school officials and parents.
Officials instituted staggered classes to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But as students fight to catch up after a year of school closures, the system could do a different kind of damage.
After more than three decades, pregnant students are now allowed to attend state-run schools in Zimbabwe. But students' and women’s rights groups warn more needs to change.
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Photo by Linda Mujuru, GPJ Zimbabwe
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