U.S. Welcomes Zimbabwean Students

6th May 2017 Staff Reporter 0

I want to congratulate all students in Zimbabwe who have received offers of admission from one or more of the over 4,500 accredited institutions of higher learning in the United States. Graduates of U.S. universities […]


UZ introduces aviation degree programme

30th April 2017 Staff Reporter 0

The Air Force of Zimbabwe and other stakeholders in the aviation industry have partnered the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) in the introduction of an aviation maintenance degree programme tailor made for those in the aviation […]


Teachers denounce corporal punishment

27th April 2017 Staff Reporter 0

The Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (Zimta) has urged its members to respect the recent High Court ruling outlawing corporal punishment, saying alternative methods of disciplining students should be introduced. By Tinotenda Munyukwi Speaking on the sidelines […]


Maths demand causes crisis

24th April 2017 Staff Reporter 0

MASVINGO – The ‘O’ Level English and Maths mandatory entry requirement introduced for all courses at the beginning of this year has caused serious crisis as enrolments at Polytechnics plunged to 40% with some departments […]


Dokora Makes U-Turn On Goat Currency

22nd April 2017 Staff Reporter 0

Harare,– Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora has denied directing schools to accept livestock as alternative forms of payment by cash-strapped parents. Dokora was quoted in the State controlled Sunday Mail newspaper this week […]


Qualified teachers shun Binga

18th April 2017 Staff Reporter 0

THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Local Government has disclosed that qualified teachers, mostly from other regions, were shunning teaching in Binga district due to lack of accommodation and poor infrastructure at the over 80 satellite […]

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