During our school days, we had a headmaster who would stand against us going out to watch a match between the our school and other competing schools. It pained us because other schools would allow their students to cheer their school teams. In the same school, the headmaster and sports master had children who by luck were football fans. We would days before the match ask these fellow students to "sweet" talk the headmaster and sports master to allow us go and cheer our school team. In turn we would promise be disciplined and abide by the hated rule of going out in school uniforms. The results most times we miraculously, confronted with endless pleas, they would approve. To show gratitude , the student leaders would in a special way pass a vote of thanks for the "favor" on morning assemblies amidst thunderous applause and clapping.
Democracy in schools (david kaunda
For my stratergy to be successful the headmaster of my first project is a neighbour and friend of my mother and holds the most power. Also i went to d.k school so most teachers taught me thus will make it easy for my action project.
Power in numbers
As a team of women organisations we noticed that laws pertaining to marriage in Zimbabwe are discriminatory against girls: the Marriage Act allows girls age 16 to marry while the minimum age for boy is 18. The Customary Marriages Act does not specify a minimum age of marriage. In August 2015,...
Paths for Pedestrians in Lusaka
My friend and I walk to work everyday. As we use the dusty roads of Lusaka, there are countless times e have almost been run over by motorists as they decide we are not that powerful as road users. We have thus decided to demand for paths for pedestrians. We will talk to the ministry that work...