Zimbabwe activates the World Blood Donor Day Campaign
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Zimbabwe activates the World Blood Donor Day Campaign

Esther Massundah EVERY year on 14 June, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor…

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Harare’s Fast and Furious
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Harare’s Fast and Furious

Emmanuel Kafe THE smell of burnt tyres fills the air. Souped-up cars line the narrow…

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NRZ wagons turned into ‘brothels’
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NRZ wagons turned into ‘brothels’

Emmanuel Kafe The rusty, broken down coaches, disused rail wagons and the unkempt grass at…

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Role of practical subjects teacher
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Role of practical subjects teacher

Ityai Kurebwa The revised curriculum should prepare the student for life beyond the class room.…

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Understanding crimes of fraud, forgery
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Understanding crimes of fraud, forgery

Tichawana Nyahuma Legal Matters No doubt, fraud is one of the most prevalent crimes in…

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Betting now a means of livelihood
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Betting now a means of livelihood

Tendai Chara Aaron Moyo’s daily routine starts with him waking up at 6am. Shortly thereafter,…

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Defying the odds
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Defying the odds

Dr Christine Peta Disability Issues To demonstrate that disability is not inability, this article outlines…

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Sabi Mine: The waking giant
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Sabi Mine: The waking giant

Kuda Bwititi The narrative of mines that close without coming back to life has become…

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Life in Zim: A hassle, but fun
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Life in Zim: A hassle, but fun

RutendoNdlovu, L6 Arts Sizane High School, Bulawayo Birds chirp outside my window. It’s 6 o’clock…

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Of the ‘brutal gold  war’ at Sabi Gold Mine
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Of the ‘brutal gold war’ at Sabi Gold Mine

Harmony Agere recently in Zvishavane Script writers of even the most violent films in Hollywood…

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Why Nyasha Junior School?
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Why Nyasha Junior School?

Nyasha JuniorSchool (NJS) is a State of the Art Christian school situated in the district…

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Taking TVET to the people
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Taking TVET to the people

Ityai Frank Kurebwa and Thomas Gatsi Constantly changing technology to provide solutions to emerging problems…

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Detoxing misconceptions   on new curriculum
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Detoxing misconceptions on new curriculum

Chaka Damba I write to respond and express my observations and views on Itai Kurebwa…

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New penalties for errant drivers
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New penalties for errant drivers

Harmony Agere  — The tragedy of the Nyamatikiti bus inferno which recently left 31 people…

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Workers’ Day loses its lustre
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Workers’ Day loses its lustre

Tendai Chara — Despite the harsh economic climate that has seen the worker base dwindling,…

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