Should schools sell uniforms?

Schools and parents should find common ground on disagreements pertaining the sale of uniforms in schools since Government does not

Parents to ‘swipe’ school fees

Government has directed schools to acquire point of sale machines to facilitate smooth payment of fees. The Reserve Bank of

Ministry of Education takes unnecessary risks with rushed electronic enrolment system for Form 1

In 2015 the Minister of Education, Lazarus Dokora, announced that the government would be enforcing a new system for the application

Schools send war vets children home

SCHOOLS have started sending home children of war veterans for non-payment of school fees despite assurances by the Government that

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

Police get POS machines

POLICE have finally embraced plastic money transactions by introducing Point of Sale machines at selected police stations countrywide for payment of fines for traffic and other offences while the Zimbabwe

RBZ, civil servants strike salary deal

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has agreed to allow civil servants a once-off $300 withdrawal of their salaries to minimise bank charges and transport costs. Civil servants’ representatives under the banner of the Apex Council on Wednesday met RBZ Governor Dr John Mangudya and argued that they were losing productive

Govt moots motor vehicle policy• Move to pave way for investors • Ban on second-hand clothes lifted

Government is moving to address bottlenecks impeding investment in the motor industry by crafting a motor vehicle policy that will reorganise the sector. This comes amid reports that Government has relaxed its position on the importation of second-hand clothes to allow for the resuscitation and reorganisation of the textile and

Gambia crisis: Senegal sends in troops to back elected leader

Senegalese troops have entered The Gambia in support of Adama Barrow, who was sworn in as president on Thursday after winning last month’s election. Mr Barrow took the oath of office at the Gambian embassy in Senegal’s capital, Dakar, and his legitimacy has been recognised internationally. But the strongman he defeated, Yahya Jammeh, is refusing to quit and is supported

Clinton email problem resurfaces as FBI announces review

The FBI is investigating more emails as part of a probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email system, it said on Friday, in a new twist that could damage the Democratic candidate in the 2016 presidential race. Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey said in a letter to senior lawmakers that the agency would determine whether the

Multiple injuries as double-decker bus hits bridge in London

Twenty-six people were injured on Saturday morning when a double-decker bus crashed into a railway bridge in London, slicing its roof off, the Fire Brigade said. Three people who were trapped on the top deck had to be freed and five were taken to hospital after the pre-dawn collision in Tottenham, North London. “Two fire engines, a fire rescue unit

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

Senegal Edge Zimbabwe 2-0

Liverpool midfielder Sadio Mane scored as Senegal beat Zimbabwe to become the first team to reach the 2017 Africa Cup

Warriors’ heartbreak

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For every Drogba there are hundreds of West African football hopefuls who struggle

Many young aspiring footballers in West Africa see professional football, which has become a global multi-billion industry, as a pathway

Masvaure makes it

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