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Reject poll fraudsters, Chamisa tells AU

Zimbabwe heads for polls in under three months, although President Emmerson Mnangagwa is yet to announce the election date.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 26, 2023

Parents reject Cala

School authorities recently raised concern over members of the community who were demanding cash from desperate pupils to offer assistance with Cala.
By Mirriam Mangwaya May. 26, 2023

Teachers embark on 2-day working week

Teachers are currently earning US$250 on top of their local salary component of between $160 000 and $200 000.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 9, 2023

‘Beam a breeding ground for corruption’

Speaking to NewsDay yesterday, teachers unions called for more transparency in the disbursements and handling of Beam funds.
By Vanessa Gonye May. 2, 2023

Salary dispute threatens schools opening

Teachers are demanding a minimum of US$1 260. They are currently earning US$250 and between $160 000 and $200 000 in the local currency.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 1, 2023

"Vapositori 4ED should be arrested for holding campaigns for Zanu-PF"

I am wondering if the ZRP is not seeing these Vapositori for ED gatherings without their permission.
By Newsday Apr. 24, 2023

Teachers lament inhumane, exorbitant Zimsec fees

Ordinary Level examinations have been pegged at US$24 per subject, but students will pay US$11, while government pays the rest.
By Lorraine Muromo and Vanessa Gonye Apr. 10, 2023

Feature: Iconic Byo library crumbles as MPs feast on public funds

Residents, however, have questioned the library’s neglect, citing the continued allocation of resources to sectors that do not benefit the city’s or country’s amenities.
By Marko Phiri Mar. 29, 2023

Government fires teachers over absenteeism

More than 22 000 teachers and headmasters were investigated for failing to report for work while 1 220 were suspended.
By Lorraine Muromo Feb. 22, 2023