School heads in fees panic

FOURTEEN headmasters from schools in Luveve, Gwabalanda and Cowdray Park suburbs in Bulawayo recently met to discuss the non-payment of

Church a must at mission schools: Court

Children in mission or private schools are compelled to attend chapel services or religious activities at their respective institutions, and

Maths is everything: Prof Moyo

TEACHERS colleges should not enrol students who did not pass O’ Level Mathematics, Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology

STEM students at public schools in Zimbabwe offered free education

Students that are registering for Advanced Level science subjects at public schools are going to get a free education after

Kwekwe School Petrol Bombed – UPDATED

A school in Kwekwe was on Monday petrol-bombed in an act parents suspect was carried out by some among the

Manunure High School bombed

MANUNURE High School in Kwekwe had its financial records destroyed by fire following a suspected petrol bomb attack at the

CIVIL SERVANTS AUGUST PAY DATES OUT…Govt works to normalise pay dates as promised: Minister

THE Government has announced civil servants’ pay dates for this month, underlying its commitment to timeously fulfil its salary obligations to its workers. According to the payment schedule, members of the

Import restrictions fuel rampant smuggling in Beitbridge

SMUGGLING of commodities into the country has escalated following the implementation of Statutory Instrument (SI) 64 of 2016 with the Government losing millions of dollars every week in unpaid customs duty. The instrument restricts the importation of some goods produced locally. But rampant smuggling activities are taking place at illegal crossing

Bombing suspected after police base fire

A POLICE base caught fire under unclear circumstances in Bulawayo’s Emakhandeni suburb yesterday. National police spokesperson Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi confirmed the incident but cautioned against hasty conclusions that the fire could have been caused by a petrol bomb. He said police were yet to conclude their investigations. No one was injured in

An Obama, not the president, brings down the house at Democratic convention

Democrats divided over the future of their party agreed on at least one thing at their national convention in Philadelphia on Monday night: Michelle Obama was a star. The first lady gave a speech in support of a former first lady, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, and described America as “the greatest country on earth”, clashing with Republican Donald Trump’s “Make

Gunmen kill at least eight in Munich shopping mall, shooters on the run

Gunmen opened fire in a busy mall in the German city of Munich on Friday evening, killing at least eight people and sending shoppers running for their lives in the third attack against civilians in Western Europe in eight days. Authorities told the public to get off the streets as the city – Germany’s third biggest – went into lockdown

EgyptAir crash: Missing plane wreckage found

Wreckage of EgyptAir flight MS804 has been found near Greek island of Karpathos, Egyptian aviation officials have confirmed. The Airbus A320 was en route from Paris to Cairo with 66 passengers and crew when it went down overnight. Egyptian Vice-President Ahmed Adel told CNN that the rescue operation was “turning into a search and recovery”. Officials say the plane was

Africa drought fears grip Malawi and Mozambique

Food shortage fears over a drought in southern Africa have prompted Malawi to declare a state of national disaster and Mozambique to issue a “red alert”. The President of Malawi, Peter Mutharika, warned in a statement some people needed aid for all of this year. Mozambique raised alert levels for southern and central regions. Zimbabwe, Lesotho and Zambia are also

Masvaure makes it

Prince Masvaure did not enjoy fitness tests until about a week ago. By his own admission, the batting allrounder is

Zimbabwe Lose Test Opener Despite Williams’ Maiden Century

Sean Williams‘ maiden Test century could not prevent Zimbabwe from crashing to defeat in the first match against New Zealand

Cremer to lead Zimbabwe in Tests against New Zealand

Legspinner Graeme Cremer, who led Zimbabwe in the limited-overs series against India in June, has been named captain for the

England humiliated as Iceland knock them out of Euro 2016

Iceland pulled off the greatest result in their history, coming from behind to stun England in Nice and reach the