Racism, bullying rock elite Byo school

Another parent said the bullying was being perpetrated by other parents.
By Staff Reporter Sep. 28, 2023

Of ministers who became councillors

Madzorera, who is now Kwekwe mayor, does not see his switch from a senator to a councillor as demotion.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 26, 2023

Govt turns heat on errant schools

This follows reports that thousands of pupils across Zimbabwe were sent back home for failing to pay fees when schools opened for the third term early this month.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 25, 2023

SDCs blast govt over affiliation fees

Primary and Secondary Education ministry spokesperson Taungana Ndoro was yet to respond to questions sent to him on the concerns by the time of going to print.
By Silas Nkala Sep. 23, 2023

Our programmes meet industry needs: ESAMI

Gapa said they have generated excellent graduates who have excelled at providing the best service in both the private and public sectors.
By Blessed Ndlovu Sep. 21, 2023

Prioritise service delivery, govt urged

Zimcodd said government should consult citizens on a regular basis to get their feedback on service delivery.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 18, 2023

Sibanda’s quest for knowledge, self discovery

The book, published by Ingwaladi Publishers, was launched this month and the story is told in an analogical format with thematic interludes and flashing anecdotes of critical times of his life.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 17, 2023

Breaking the stigma: Zimbabwe’s teenage mothers speak (Part 3)

Ellen (17) and Precious relate how they changed their narrative by going back to school despite being teen mothers.
By Regina Rumbidzai Pasipanodya Sep. 14, 2023

Village Rhapsody: Zimbabwe’s unemployment rate worrisome

People still have hopes for a better and new Zimbabwe where economic goods or political power are vested in people based on ability and talent, rather than wealth or social class.
By Evans Mathanda Sep. 10, 2023