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Dad hides birth certificates to avoid paying fees

“I had to make a plan to enrol them at a college where they take children with no birth certificates, but now the challenge is I am required to pay fees every month unlike at government schools.”
By Rejoice Phiri Mar. 24, 2023

Byo records 18% drop in plan aprovals

Council said illegal structures were identified and issued with final notices and defiant illegal developers were penalised.
By Silas Nkala Jan. 25, 2023

Zanu PF members protest high membership fees

The membership cards are renewed annually.
By Kenneth Nyangani Oct. 12, 2022

5 more UZ students arrested

The protests, which saw 14 students being arrested on Tuesday, have disrupted lectures and halted business at the country’s oldest institution of higher learning.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 15, 2022

UZ situation, a mere tip of the iceberg

The intrusion of the anti-riot police in the UZ fees crisis exposes how politics has always muddied economic issues in the country.
By Newsday Sep. 14, 2022

Parliament petitioned over hefty UZ fees

In the petition, the students said the fees were inconsiderate.
By Methembe Sibanda Sep. 13, 2022

Deliver free education, govt told

For years, the government has been promising free basic education, but has failed to implement the policy.
By Lorraine Muromo and Methembe Sibanda Sep. 13, 2022

Letters: Steep increase in nomination fees has a bearing on democracy

The steep increase in nomination fees has a bearing on participatory democracy.
By Newsday Sep. 7, 2022

Zim schooling now a big, painful joke

The educators’ decision to continue their age-old protest over poor salaries & working conditions comes as school authorities at both public & private schools have decided to migrate to US$ fees.
By Newsday Sep. 6, 2022