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Bill Gates to fund school of excellence in Mat South

A school of excellence is on the cards to cater for three Matabeleland South districts and American business magnate, Bill Gates is reportedly cited as one of the key funders of the institution. In an interview today, Mangwe Rural District Council chief executive officer, Nketa ...

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Feed livestock before selling: ZFU

The Matebeleland South provincial Zimbabwe Farmers’ Union (ZFU)has advised villagers in the drought prone province to send their livestock to feeding lots before selling them. Provincial ZFU chairperson, Douglas Sibanda told Radio Dialogue that villagers should ensure that their livestock are adequately fed before being ...

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COPAC draft awareness meetings flop in Bulawayo

Public awareness on the proposed constitutional draft had a false start in Bulawayo after two of the initial meetings with residents failed to kick-off. Copac officials failed to turn up for meetings at Killarney Hall and Lockview Primary School meant to raise awareness on the ...

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Kezi schools withhold results, pupils stranded

Some schools in Kezi, Matabeleland South, are reportedly withholding results of owing Grade 7 and Form 4 pupils who wrote their examinations in 2012 creating a barrier for them to secure Form One and Lower Six places respectively. Parents from Kezi are accusing schools such ...

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Mangwe Council appeals to EMA to probe water pollution

Mangwe Rural District Council has called the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) to investigate on the pollution of the Matole and Nxele Dams following reports from Zimnyama villagers that these dams are being polluted by waste from Plumtree town. Chief Executive Officer of the local authority ...

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Insiza uproar over introduction of Shona at primary school

Insiza North villagers in Matabeleland South have raised concern over the introduction of Shona subject at Mpalawane Primary School indicating that the move will overshadow the learning of Ndebele as a local language. Richard Dube, a villager, told Radio Dialogue that parents are opposed to ...

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