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Be proud of indigenous languages: Speaker

He said government should urgently push for the Language Act and formation of a language board to reinforce the national language policy.
By Stephen Chadenga May. 24, 2023

Nyatsoka celebrates music journey in style

Next Sunday, Nyatsoka will release a new album titled My Strong Tower laden with messages of hope and victory to believers.
By Style Reporter May. 21, 2023

MSU student pens novel on GBV

Mawere told NewsDay Life & Style that the book is about a young girl who is blinded by love, but her life turns upside down after her chosen partner Martin, shows his dark side.
By Patricia Sibanda May. 16, 2023

Amid power cuts, food preservation made easy by grannies in cities

There are increasing reports of the theft of copper cables and transformer oil from power base stations.
By Ignatius Banda May. 14, 2023

MSU scoops innovation awards

 In a statement yesterday, MSU said they used the fair to showcase current innovations and technologies.
By Stephen Chadenga Apr. 21, 2023

I started MSU with $50: Ex vice-chancellor

Bhebhe said he had to put up with excessive interference from some officials in the late former President Robert Mugabe’s government.
By Stephen Chadenga Mar. 21, 2023

Graduates sing the blues

Speaking to NewsDay, a number of unemployed graduates said they have now resorted to menial jobs like cleaning and vending, or other informal trades to earn a living.
By Patricia Sibanda Jan. 26, 2023

MSU pathology centre opens

The higher learning institution said clients could pay for services in cash (in both the local currency and the United States dollar), mobile money, swipe and medical aid.
By Stephen Chadenga Jan. 12, 2023

Feature: Feared Nyau dancers try to change public image

Members hope that the more people learn about the true identity of Gule Wamkulu, the more easily they will recognize the copiers.
By VOA Nov. 29, 2022