EDUCATION: Schools’ audit: Authorities panic
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EDUCATION: Schools’ audit: Authorities panic

Harmony Agere – Extra Reporter The decision by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education to…

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Tracing the black Jews of Africa
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Tracing the black Jews of Africa

When the 12 tribes of the ancient Kingdom of Judah were exiled for 70 years…

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PIRACY: The Book Thieves!…Ellis Robbins, Daramombe Mission accused of piracy
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PIRACY: The Book Thieves!…Ellis Robbins, Daramombe Mission accused of piracy

Schools have become the latest perpetrators of organised book piracy, compromising the quality of education…

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Breaking the Zesa monopoly…Paradigm shift needed to end electricity shortages
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Breaking the Zesa monopoly…Paradigm shift needed to end electricity shortages

With Zesa still the only licensee in transmission and distribution, observers say the sector is…

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Tongogara: Hope to foreigners
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Tongogara: Hope to foreigners

Harmony Agere While thousands of Zimbabweans left the country in search of so-called greener pastures,…

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Wither our education system
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Wither our education system

>> Experts query feasibility of internships >> Schools’ suppliers levy raise storm >> Private schools…

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Strict regulations for private colleges urged
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Strict regulations for private colleges urged

The economic instability that rocked the country between 2000 and 2008 left behind many appalling…

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Zim workers fight for labour law reforms
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Zim workers fight for labour law reforms

Harmony Agere At the height of the second industrial revolution in the late nineteenth century,…

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EDUCATION: ZJC not coming back
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EDUCATION: ZJC not coming back

With a literacy rate of 92 percent and esteemed to be one of Africa’s most…

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EDUCATION: Grade 7 exam fee debate
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EDUCATION: Grade 7 exam fee debate

Rural pupils to be hardest hit We are cash-strapped: Zimsec Calls to scrap Grade 7…

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EMVIRONMENT: Wildlife-human in conflict
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EMVIRONMENT: Wildlife-human in conflict

The Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZPWMA)’s emblem proudly reads “In harmony with nature”.…

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ENVIRONMENT: Sanctions hamper Campfire projects
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ENVIRONMENT: Sanctions hamper Campfire projects

Harmony Agere – Extra Reporter The United States Fish and Wildlife Services imposed the ban…

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Kombi ban: The pros and cons
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Kombi ban: The pros and cons

The proposed ban of commuter omnibuses from the country’s roads will bring sanity to the…

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Harare’s dangerous death traps
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Harare’s dangerous death traps

When Sidewalk Café, one of the many fancy bars in the Central Business District back…

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Irrigation long-term solution to drought
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Irrigation long-term solution to drought

Harmony Agere The dry spell obtaining in the farming Regions II and III is a…

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