Bonuses threaten schools opening
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Bonuses threaten schools opening

Teachers are threatening to go on strike next week as they are accusing the Government…

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Civil Servants bonuses early January
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Civil Servants bonuses early January

CIVIL servants are set to beat the “January disease” after Government’s assured all its employees…

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A plough for 45 years of service
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A plough for 45 years of service

Sungayi Mativemba’s life is one that at best can be described as “a numbers game”…

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Govt to disburse  US$55m for farmers
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Govt to disburse US$55m for farmers

Government will disburse US$55 million to the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) before year end to…

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Father Zesa promises Christmas gift
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Father Zesa promises Christmas gift

Zesa subsidiary, the Zimbabwe Electricity Distribution Transmission Company, says its Christmas gift will be a…

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Grade seven pass rate doubles
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Grade seven pass rate doubles

Debra Matabvu – Extra Reporter The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council Grade Seven results pass rate…

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Dilemma of an unemployed graduate
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Dilemma of an unemployed graduate

Debra Matabvu On her daughter’s graduation day, Mrs Rhoda Chasi beamed with pride and joy…

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NSSA leaves pensioners in the lurch
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NSSA leaves pensioners in the lurch

Like Okonkwo in Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart”, Lemon Damasaka believes a man’s sole purpose…

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New twist in English, Maths exams
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New twist in English, Maths exams

THE high court has barred a group of parents from stopping the rewriting of the…

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5 000 water bill defaulters cut off
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5 000 water bill defaulters cut off

Harare City Council has over the last month disconnected nearly 5 000 households and businesses…

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Trio terrorises white farmers
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Trio terrorises white farmers

Three criminals who terrorised white commercial farmers in parts of the country were last week…

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TRUE STORY – Sisters for life: The greatest love of all
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TRUE STORY – Sisters for life: The greatest love of all

Like most siblings, rivalry dominated their early childhood life with their parents worried about how…

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Govt recruits additional educators
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Govt recruits additional educators

Debra Matabvu – Sunday Mail Reporter Government is recruiting over 13 000 teachers to reduce…

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Maternal mortality ratio drops
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Maternal mortality ratio drops

Debra Matabvu The number of Zimbabweans dying while giving birth has decreased from 960 to…

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Young women more literate than men
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Young women more literate than men

Debra Matabvu – Sunday Mail Reporter At least 92 percent of Zimbabwean women aged between…

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