Zimbabwe’s Graduates: Hoping against hope
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Zimbabwe’s Graduates: Hoping against hope

The relevance of the country’s education system in the face of current economic challenges has…

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Two decades of betrayal: NSSA 20 years of service
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Two decades of betrayal: NSSA 20 years of service

>> NSSA accused of making bad investment decisions, neglecting its fundamental mandate As the National…

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The undying Chimoio legacy
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The undying Chimoio legacy

The legacy left behind by over 3 000 freedom fighters and war collaborators who lost…

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E-waste: When technology bites back
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E-waste: When technology bites back

Authorities are taking for granted the threat posed by the continued influx of electronic waste…

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Drug epidemic hits MSU
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Drug epidemic hits MSU

Midlands State University has been hit by a glut of hard and prescription drugs which…

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New consumer protection laws reins in on errant businesses
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New consumer protection laws reins in on errant businesses

While the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe is set to spearhead the establishment of the Consumer…

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New era beckons for education sector
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New era beckons for education sector

Every Zimbabwean child deserves access to a world-class education system that encourages skills development and…

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Fighting poverty one step at a time
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Fighting poverty one step at a time

The journey of 1 000 miles begins with a single step, so says Chinese philosopher…

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Education: Investigate poor results, stop the blame game
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Education: Investigate poor results, stop the blame game

Educationists have expressed disappointment at the level of “finger pointing” in the education sector as…

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Millions Invested, still no water supply for Harare
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Millions Invested, still no water supply for Harare

Once upon a time, barely over a million people lived in Harare. Settlements like Hopley…

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HEALTH SECTOR: One step forward, two steps back
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HEALTH SECTOR: One step forward, two steps back

The migration of skilled and experienced health personnel to other countries has over the years…

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Religious Tourism: In search of the holy cash cow
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Religious Tourism: In search of the holy cash cow

“Keep thy gates open, do not close them during the day; do not close them…

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Clothing Industry Decline linked to Deteriorating Lifestyle
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Clothing Industry Decline linked to Deteriorating Lifestyle

Trade unions in the clothing and textile industry say high cost of living coupled with…

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‘Potraz must show mettle’
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‘Potraz must show mettle’

Consumers have challenged the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe to rein in mobile…

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Government approved ‘inflated tariffs’
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Government approved ‘inflated tariffs’

Mobile operator Econet Zimbabwe says the existing tariffs were approved by the Postal and Telecommunication…

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