Category: Education

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...

JCI spearheading youths empowerment programmes

By Byron Mutingwende   The Junior Chamber International Zimbabwe (JCI) is spearheading youth empowerment projects in line with the Sustainable Development Goals...

Collection of results: A catch-22 situation

With ‘A’ level results out and ‘O’ level results on the way, there is still panick and anxiety for many awaiting to see the outcome of the 2017 final ZIMSEC...

‘January disease’- the real struggle

By Audrey Rundofa and Joyce Mukucha January is the hardest month of the year when the people have burdens of paying school fees, rentals and buying of children’s...

Hon Betty Nhambu-Kaseke: MP with a difference

By Byron Mutingwende Honourable Betty Nhambu-Kaseke, the Member of the House of Assembly for Kuwadzana was catapulted into Parliament on a ruling party Zanu (PF) ticket...

ARTUZ concerned about placement of CSC under OPC​

The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has condemned the recent press proclamation by the Government of Zimbabwe that placed the Civil Service...

Chinese partnership strengthens Zimbabwe’s educational leadership in Africa

By Byron Mutingwende   In a quest to improve the quality of education and consolidate Zimbabwe’s status as the leading country on literacy levels in Africa, a...

Highlighting challenges of PWDs towards sustainable and resilient society

By Byron Mutingwende   Caregivers and members of the Zimbabwe Parents of Handicapped Children Association (ZPHCA) held a meeting to highlight challenges faced by...

Sport serves as a safe zone for vulnerable girls

By Byron Mutingwende   The girl child is the most vulnerable in the community due to a multiplicity of factors, chief among them gender based violence. In an effort...