Climate change threatening ailing Zim education sector

ARTUZ further indicated that the widespread damage disrupted the learning environment and hindered students' access to education.
By Lorraine Muromo Jul. 24, 2024

Mnangagwa’s Damascene moment

After telling Brick by Brick magazine in April that he would not extend his term beyond the constitutionally mandated two, he appeared to be singing a different tune a month later.
By Newsday Jul. 6, 2024

Pitfalls of tribalism

While the lawmaker could have had genuine concerns that the teacher would not succeed due to language barrier, the manner in which he raised the issue riled even neutrals.
By Newsday Jul. 3, 2024

Masterminding special subjects

How we answer these questions about subjects will be very revealing; we may object to this subject, in fact.
By Tim Middleton Jun. 9, 2024

Civil servants, govt clash over US$ deductions

The workers have been calling on the government to increase their salaries in US$ terms as the least paid worker earns about US$280 and around ZiG 1 500.

Masaraure fined US$200

An inquest into his death ruled out foul play, but police went on to reopen the docket and filed murder charges against Masaraure and Chere.
By Trevor Mutsvairo May. 24, 2024

Masaraure sentencing deferred

Masaraure is accused of demanding the release of Chere following his arrest in connection with the death of an Artuz member, Roy Issa, in 2016.
By Trevor Mutsvairo May. 23, 2024

The price of arrogance

Should Zimbabwe be “hauled” before ILO on a matter that would have been resolved internally? Certainly not.
By Newsday May. 23, 2024

ILO engages govt over labour rights abuses

In its response dated May 16, ILO said it would approach government over the allegations before they were examined by ILO's governing body’s committee.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 22, 2024