Category: Education

ZIMSEC saga dents examinations credibility: PTUZ

By Joyce Mukucha The Secretary General for Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) Mr Raymond Majongwe said the union is against messages that have been...

Econet fetes its illustrious brand ambassadors

Staff Writer Econet Wireless yesterday recognised and rewarded its top-performing Harare-based brand ambassadors at a colourful event held in the capital.   The...

Parents fume over Mavima’s decision

By Patricia Mashiri Parents fumed over the Minister of Primary and Secondary education Paul Mavima’s decision for all November 2017 English candidates to rewrite...

Communities benefit from Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund

By Byron Mutingwende   The Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund (ZRBF) is increasing the capacities of communities to protect development gains and achieve improved...

ZIMSEC ‘O’ level English paper 2 to be retaken: Mavima

By Patricia Mashiri Professor Paul Mavima, the Minister of Primary and Secondary education has announced that ZIMSEC Ordinary level English Paper 2 examination will be...

Bloggers to be honoured with awards

The Tribe of Influencers will honour the most popular bloggers in the country. Voting for the Zimbabwean Blog Awards commenced on the 1st of February 2018 and will close...

Econet’s Ruzivo expands, eyes improved pass rate for students

Learners benefit from FREE access to online curriculum-based content   Econet Wireless Zimbabwe (EWZ), which last year expanded its Ruzivo Smart Learning service to...

The Jairos Jiri Spirit lives on

By Ian Vambe For some years it looked like Jairosi Jiri died with his philanthropist mind-set. His astonishing passion for people with disability, despite himself being...

Shona village depicts Zimbabwean culture and heritage

By Byron Mutingwende   The Shona Village is helping people locally and from across the globe to understand and appreciate the national culture. It is situated at...

Students for UJ on government scholarship urged to fly Zim flag high

By Byron Mutingwende   Students heading for University of Johannesburg (UJ) have been urged to raise the Zimbabwean flag by excelling academically so that they will...