Zimbabwe To Outlaw Corporal Punishment For Children

Zimbabwe is considering adopting legislation against corporal punishment for children, Health Minister David Parirenyatwa, said on Friday. A High Court ruled on Wednesday that corporal punishment is unconstitutional at both school and home. The minister said the government was analyzing its response. The case dealt with a complaint by a parent whose six-year-old child had … The post Zimbabwe To Outlaw Corporal Punishment For Children appeared first on PM NEWS Nigeria... Read Full Story


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