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Historian donates books to schools

AMAGUGU Publishers, a local publishing house, owned by historian Pathisa Nyathi has donated hundreds of books on the late nationalist, Welshman Mabhena to secondary schools in Bulawayo, Matabeleland North and Matabeleland South. The book, a biography titled Welshman Hadane Mabhena: A Voice for Matabeleland, details ...

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Govt must partner with internet service providers – Youths

ZIMBABWEAN youths have encouraged the government to partner with private network service providers to ensure the success of e-learning in schools. Speaking during a National Youth Development Trust (NYDP) meeting recently, youths said government does not have the capacity to implement e-learning on its own, ...

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Inyathi violence: More details emerge

THERE is more than meets the eye concerning the violence that took place at Inyathi, Bubi district, where locals who were merrymaking at Senco Dance Club were attacked last week Friday by a group of suspected illegal gold panners alleged to be from Shurugwi. Senco ...

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Transform Zimbabwe launch typhoid, litter and awareness campaign

Transform Zimbabwe(TZ) president -Jacob Ngarivhume has launched an awareness campaign on typhoid which recently broke out in Harare. Of the reported 132 cases of typhoid, there have been two deaths. In a statement, Ngarivhume said the campaign will centre on the causes of typhoid, prevention ...

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Unemployed Bulawayo youths sidelined in scholarships

UNEMPLOYED Bulawayo youths have bemoaned government’s reluctance in availing scholarship opportunities, saying the few available ones are exploited by a few individuals who have connections. Students raised this concern during registration for scholarships to study in Cyprus saying the government is not doing enough in ...

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Coltart blasts “small” political parties

Former MDC legislator and Lawyer David Coltart has challenged the recently formed political parties saying they have nothing new to offer in the democratic space besides satisfying their egos. In an interview, Coltart said the newly formed “small” political parties have no concrete evidence to ...

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MP intervenes in Mahatshula Primary School row

A Bulawayo Member of Parliament had to intervene in a case where a headmistress at Mahatshula Primary School was reportedly turning away children for non payment of fees to the dismay of the parents. Schools opened last week Tuesday but children whose fees was not ...

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High Court opens for 2017 business

DESPITE an overwhelming workload and shortages of judges, Bulawayo’s Judicial Services has been commended for doing well in solving most of the civil and criminal cases brought forward, a positive feat that shows members of the public were able to access justice. According to 2016 ...

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Esigodini village head cheats hungry villagers

By Memory Ncube AN Esigodini headman allegedly took advantage of hungry villagers and duped them of their cash worth over $400 and more than R1 200 in the pretext of delivering them food aid. The headman, Elmon Mduduzi Dlodlo (42) appeared in court facing charges ...

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CSOs express concern over BVR delays

THE country’s civic society organisations under the banner – iVote2018 have expressed concern over delays in the commencement of Biometric Voter Registration (BVR), saying this is likely to compromise the quality and integrity of the voters roll in the forthcoming elections. Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) ...

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