Category: Education

People are developing addiction to some foodstuffs

Addictive tendencies associated with food and knowledge in developing countries

By Charles Dhewa When consumers can no longer do without cassava, nsima/sadza, matoke, tomato, beans, peas, among other foods, it could be an indication that the...

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Churches, Traditional leaders join hands for Mother Moon’s Zimbabwean maiden tour

By Kunashe Mukande and Lewis Kujeke Bishop Albert Chikuni of Family Life Ministries in collaboration with Family Federation for World Peace and Unification has managed...

Parliamentarians have pledged support to the Tag A Life (TaLI)’s Every Child In School (ECIS) Campaign.

Parliamentarians throw weight behind TaLI’s educational campaign

By Byron Mutingwende   The Constitution of Zimbabwe has provisions to make education a compulsory right for every child and Parliamentarians have pledged support to...

PAUWES third graduating class of both the engineering and policy tracks in water and energy

Pan African University Institute for Water and Energy Sciences celebrates third graduating Cohort

This year’s graduating students are about to constitute the next generation of engineers and policymakers committed to addressing the issues critical to Africa’s...

Merck Foundation's "Men Too" campaign to break stigma around female infertility

Merck Foundation song “Life is Bigger” focuses on male infertility

Merck Foundation launches an empowering song “Life is Bigger” to raise awareness about male infertility and to Break the Stigma around Infertility in Africa by...

Africa urged to use local knowledge

When will developing countries stop importing knowledge?

By Charles Dhewa It is lamentable that, in spite of setting up hundreds of universities and research institutes, developing countries continue to import knowledge.  For...

Advocate Rachel Chibaya proudly holds her prestigious ZNCC Women in Enterprise Conference and Award

Lawyer Rachel Chibaya inspires young women as she wins ZNCC Award

By Byron Mutingwende   The Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) has awarded Advocate Rachel Chibaya, the Founder and Senior Partner of R. Chibaya Law...

NetOne Executives on a clean up exercise at the Current Shopping Centre in Budiriro 5

Netone is one with the community in fighting cholera

By Byron Mutingwende   Leading mobile telephony company, NetOne has once again stamped its authority as an institution that moves in sync with the community by...

Youth pledge to contribute towards a better future

Young innovators to design solutions to improve education, training and empowerment

A new challenge calling on young innovators across Zimbabwe to design solutions that will improve education, skills development and training for young people, and...

Students in class at Good Care Pre-school in Norton

Good Care Pre-School growing in leaps and bounds

By Byron Mutingwende   The pristine citadel of knowledge located in Norton in the Mashonaland West Province, Good Care Pre-school is continuously growing not only...