Redressing the Inadequacies of the Religious Education Curriculum in The Kingdom of Eswatini

Bandile M. Shabangu, Sithulisiwe Bhebhe, Nonhlanhla Nothando Moletsane

Abstract


This paper provides a critical appraisal of the improvements done on the education system of Eswatini while at the same time laments the death of an inclusive and religious friendly type of education system. In any country, education is an important conduit or agent of change and development. There are many factors that can influence the education system of a country. They range from politics, economy, society, technology and religion itself. However, politics has proven to be the major driving force in Eswatini’s education system as through the Prime Minister’s Office, Christian Religious Education was announced to the country’s ever changing education system. This is also because education in the country is thought to be a government venture as opposed to being a privately owned enterprise.  This paper focuses on how best the inadequacies of the Religious Education curriculum can be redressed.


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