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many storms. may go be your. job made for mines. this is deja vu santa coming up on the program it's back to school in zimbabwe but there's a variables missing from the equation some teachers haven't reported for duty they're on strike demanding rates of pay out last in education official how they plan to brady learned it was to writing samples without teachers. the congolese man bruce literally taking off for institutions into his own hands.
and i'm christine wonder it's good to have your company off to 6 months shut schools all slowly opening up again in some way but not without controversy leading teaching unions have called on their members to strike they're angry that the government is refusing to raise salaries the standoff has if students worried about the impact on the exam results i'll be talking to an official in the education ministry after this report. a fresh start after a 6 month school closure at the queen elizabeth school for girls in harare morning assembly takes place like normal. times are anything but there is disinfectant on arrival and students have their temperatures taken before they can open a book the classrooms are missing one thing the teachers they've gone on strike over wages and hygiene concerns teachers have lost. their ranking in terms of also
said it's actually an insult to be a teacher. in less interesting if government is honest address the problems so that we don't have people who are coming under percent every day into school get their physical absence. develops into new schools the strike has hampered their return to school this week we is phasing in slowly starting with students who are about to graduate. or like this class those who are busy studying for upcoming exams. trying our best who are caught we need doing all the things we can do these eons our only left with us to write and to murder is the host of yet is oh too much although some students have had virtual classes most have had no true touring for months the teacher strike is a threat to their futures it is something that is feeding hard to start school
after 6 months ago going to school and it's for me i see it as she said and it was some of the teachers who are now the incoming for lessons i don't know why just through come to decisions you make sure if you're right some should sue you to hades regencies the unions meanwhile insist that wages of around $40.00 to $50.00 per month are too low especially given the risks teachers taken returning to work for 2 years dollars in. government is the best let's engage in the sure that we've done with. some educators are back in the classroom well not all while unions in government do battle it is the young people who are left in the middle. we've invited zimbabwe's feminine secretary of the ministry of primary and secondary education secretary tony santana joins me from harare welcome to news africa secretary it's had been a school children in zimbabwe lost about half
a year after learning why are you insisting on children taking crucial exams when they have not completed the syllabus. yes currently they have not completed which is where we are going back to face to face lessons. during the time when they were not having face to face lifts lists and letters during the lockdown we had other strategies alternative strategist where we were helping our lynas to continue working on their way on the us says. radio listeners as well is feels the cold more jewels but we're given to those remote. who also do a combination and instead but do the provisions that you are referring to cover all children do they cover for example children with disabilities children who are hard of hearing children who cannot see do they have of the poor who often don't have
access to resources that they need for online learning. it is not easy to cover everybody or little ones so what we will do is we get back to 1st of all do in our system and off we are we as we cooperate to school and as we discover the gaps with plans were made for him individual groups of children or even individuals to try and make sure that we came up with them so as we go back there will be a lot of the mediation a lot of kids up a lot to start to just to compliment be face to face ok sides the groups you are talking about the most marginalized the years will look after you have another challenge secretary and that is teachers are not in the classrooms they say they simply can't afford to show up to work how are you going to complete the syllabus without the teachers. of the issues around being the
result was there is a. come back and teachers are very quickly to as soon as they come back we have no issue there. you know with their children. i've been speaking to a member of the union and i know you're confident teachers will be returning but that's not the impression that i caught because of where the negotiations are they express that it's really difficult on the sender. to be able to afford to carry out their work another condition they're in their day raising is the issue of whether enough provisions have been made in terms of the pandemic secretary has your government made the necessary provisions for teachers who effectively become frontline work his when they return to their jobs will they be terrorists will they be at the moment says. what about the schools that don't have running water all the people who have been given we have been times i've played all public schools and
we're continuing to give them both in terms of the. liquid so. discipline pickton's release all the basic according to the ones who guidelines in though of course the guidelines for those who have been provided for we do screening 1st the before we talk of testing some of those where we have the way that the moment and according to these procedures but we have been given in layers and with the ministry of health 1st thing is to screen and then if we've discovered the. need for the treatment we'll be free to me not to be held between your health pandemic is the health you should not be in education and distant but what is an education issue going back to the main issue is the fact that your teachers are getting paid an average of $38.00 per month education. education product do you expect teachers to return to their job on a salary of averaging $38.00
a month secretary. that is why a government is talking to them and includes the. giving them a top up is because they realize this and by the government that they needs to be. all right that is. already here we are with that at all and that is an obvious permanent secretary for the ministry of primary and secondary education talking to us from her daddy thank you secretary. you might call him africa's robin hood angelis activist. has embarked on a campaign to return planted artworks from europe back to africa now in some cases literally hand carrying the works from museums and broadcasting live as he. is exploits have got him into trouble with the. most art heist take
place in the dead of night. had no intention of slipping out quietly the congolese activist for shrug to remove the african funeral pull. eventually the 19th century art work in hand he makes way for the exit. not your position of thinking where he's met by security he doesn't look at the other pieces that you get out of this is that it's not my outside of paris court this week issued his defense. get it that it will be ownership title papers if we are going to contest the ownership title because in order for there to be there for the house to be the notion of appropriation i want to appropriate things that were everyone's property can someone really show with certainty that at least belongs to the bromley museum . last month his protest against colonial era plundering of african artwork to come to the netherlands where he got his hands on
a congolese funeral statue. this time museum staff stood by as he walked out the door. you know the police were nearby and he you know faces a court case there too his lawyer says the incidents go deeper than just say. you're here because there are works of art that were pillaged stolen redo during colonial wars and they're being found in french museums that's why we're here today . was the stance of shone a light on the debate that you should. look at and give us back our our the shout our recent commission agrees that work should be returned the process though not fast enough for these campaigners. onyx stories and gone away a singer known as need people to hear not only her music but also her message. has special for climate action it's a topic which motivates her to get out on the streets to sensitize people. of
claim exchange on the environment she says the climate is under serious threats and requests protection from everyone. keeping green in our environment is is just full of positive but when you cut it down it's leads to pollution of air that enters directly to the soil what we drink we use the air we breathe just air pollution everywhere so i believe if we keep green i mean we're safe. to make here is a. company just started to become an accountant back in syria. but moved to ghana in 28 primarily to work on head music career she grew up in. influence and of course she acts to her craft and so when the
producer was 1st behind before the maids has high hopes for me and her prospects in the african music industry. there's a whole new breeze. where it's going to be like you know. it lists female dogs is not big as big as that man in this country and she's not a fool for she will contribute to a lot of you know young girls coming up to half the time they are free to do confident. but. by nature wants to inspire other young people especially women to take up music and use the influence to advocate for change and get communities. she already has a lot of prominence at school soon she's sure to grab the rest of the waltz attention to it. and that's a physics program he has small music. money
beethoven is for us. is for. beethoven 202250000 over street here on. welcome to m culture where we conclude series on the 9090 s a groundbreaking decade here off to germany was reunited also coming up today with . a brand new movie about legendary german filmmaker ryan event a fuss at cinemas this weekend. but 1st it's 30 years since germany was reunited and we conclude our series on the $990.00 s.
a defining decade which changed so much after the fall of the wall after the initial jubilation of reunification and the freedom that came with it for 30000000 east germans how did the aussies and vest sees themselves reunite we've dug deep in the extensive d.w. archive to find out more. german reunification altered the lives of millions of east germans for ever freedom to travel western culture western goods they suddenly had access to it all because of that great and for the joy or the happiness of everyone there was a huge amount of energy that was released. in a public link was 9 years old when the berlin wall fell and lived in the east outside of berlin along with the joy she felt she also had a lot of questions. you know i was pretty confused when it all happened
not because i didn't want it or i didn't even really understand it at 1st but because i saw confused people all around me everyone had to get used to the new situation including the children and suddenly everything familiar was gone including a political system that was restrictive but also provided for almost everything disillusionment soon set in the east german economy collapsed unemployment rose and entire regions became desolate young people in particular grew frustrated. because we really only able to shop for. us might have is because it was really hard for my generation to find its way what direction to go out we had to learn everything about how things work in the west end of you. there were a lot of expectations and we couldn't fulfill them right away not because we didn't want to but because we were scared this guy. who got him on his voyage as an
investment. but the end of east germany also made a lot of things possible in apollo the klink dreamed of becoming a singer she found a producer and in 1995 recorded her 1st song. to finish its. own . patch in 1907 she launched her television career as a reporter at the edge of l.a. for the show polish by a date she brought together young people with opposing viewpoints i mean. this my my you it's funny but is that legal immigrants like take the federal money the feeling is because we have. enough 1st moved to berlin then to hamburg many of her east german contemporaries also left their hometowns and moved to mostly western germany not an easy step as 2 examples from our archives demonstrate. a car
mechanic from saxony on hard found work near stock each friday he drove back to his old home in his brand new mercedes. in the g.d.r. we need to go dancing we also did the same table and we all understood each other cities and it's harder to make friends here and i'm lonely at times. for the marketing expert from southern germany moved to dresden for a management position and was surprised by her east german colleagues. to boncelles they were used to things like flexibility productivity and motivation to promptness . but gradually these close encounters of an east west kind help to overcome prejudices and resulted in friendships. and romantic relationships. i can't imagine that a millionaire could be happier than we are. in a klink was also able to take advantage of opportunities provided by german
reunification some 3 decades later she presents her album sound in a brewery turned cultural center and a chic neighborhood. this used to be east germany now it's hard to imagine it was once all in disrepair this is simply part of the history that has shaped this country and we have to keep talking about it and we should keep celebrating it as part of our history because this country was divided and now that that's over i'm happy to meet lovely people no matter where they're from. the. former east former west for even a polyclinic that's irrelevant her life has been improved by reunification and for her the east west divide is firmly in the past but i can see. that as a. bad bad. is with me now.
all is happy isn't she but the majority of east germans well the german government's most recent reports on the progress of reunification indicate that 57 percent of. still feel they are 2nd class citizens much of this has to do with the resentment due to a continuing wage divide despite beast in germany having made major economic progress on the other hand over happiness is the pew research center's survey shows that the proportion of eastern germans with the chop happiness writing increased from 15 percent in 1991 to 59 percent in the most recent survey ok and now on the cultural from some former east germans have done very well internationally yes. first and foremost ramstein of course whose members all grew up in communist east germany patchi know that 3 members were in
a band in east berlin and in the eighty's they reformed regrouped in the ninety's as ramstein and went on to conquer the world with provocative songs and incendiary live metal circus act the success even more extraordinary because they broke into the u.s. charts with songs in german yeah and what about in the art world i'm thinking of me orion the lights named after life yeah that i exist but was a richard and they refer to artists from the formation german town in the times of communism but shortly thereafter after 1909 the new leipsic school took off this was people who studied in leipsic under the old east german masters and worked in styles that depended on the social realism of communism they shot to fame in particular as you said neo route since paintings
have sold for in excess of $1000000.00 and finally the the movies as well i'm thinking of bob stewart just outside that's right bubble's book has become a popular destination for global film productions over the last 20 years. steven spielberg's film breach of spine is oscar winning production starring tom hanks is just one of numerous hollywood films made in germany with the studio as pro producer and the most ambitious german television series of all time but then made extensive use of studio metropolitan back not even canada as always thank you very much for those insights have a group where you can you. we turn to a new film about the legendary german film director ryan of an
a fast spend whose life was actually as exciting as his films he was incredibly prolific making have a 40 films to t.v. series and $26.00 there's a place in under 2 decades the candle at both ends famously using the quote i'll sleep when i'm dead which i fortunately happen to him from a lethal dose of drugs and 982 and he was just 37 years old. this new film aptly titled all fall to everybody comes around europe. that's this time not because they think and so forth and they say it by the way in the construction of a goal by what i believe that the. person . does it cost at least $5.00 times so i do feel as i got tashi that
they tested too expensive t.t.'s to. this is the 1st shot. down so much that maybe even in the theatre no one could expect gentle treatment from. spending he was always ruthlessly provocative with the aim of stirring things up but it. didn't go out of order was. was propped up by our feet for i think so. is a fitting title for a film about the subversive often unpalatable fast and it shows the director as a nasty on set dictator was i'll take that to be the coward because my god this is us going where not the bio pics director perhaps. exaggerating a bit not at all fuelled by alcohol drugs and a robust ego fassbender himself often seemed like
a monstrous stage character which is why his films his protagonist against theatre sets fassbinder remain singular it's no imitators or is that excess or. what remains is this great language faculty he had this great dramatic faculties at his film sound different from the people speak differently and you have no. other promise suchi embodies fassbender almost as if he were his twin brother a twin he's a bit afraid of. what i wanted to keep him away not let him in at all but also also recalls fassbender as manic creativity a cinema obsessed director made more than 40 films in just 12 years a slave i believe is the shelf stuff on the you didn't mention the complete suspenders personal dreams also collapsed he longed for love and intimacy yet found him intolerable he gathered his clan of collaborators around him like a surrogate family he needed them he loved them and yet he's humiliated and is
going to go there's a. script that is a beginning. of a lot of this. with you know the film is a fearless depiction of a driven man deformed by his own tremendous energy and he was eventually devoured by it dying at the age of 37. captures the fascination fassbinder still exerts. a steady as she lead with. alice. finally the big music news this week was confirmation australian ac d.c. getting back together with over 200. in album song to date it's a real ac d.c. reunion with the return of singer brian johnson the bass is chris williams and the
the point. clear positions of international perspectives means marking the 50th anniversary of the reunification of the 2 germany the west today it's a different country more makes. of the younger generation of course. so who's germany find out going to the point shortly. to the point when it comes. to 30 minutes on the t w. this is some joke story a stubborn rice farmer from thailand. his problems past. his credo no chemical. and. step. orders.
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