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’Goblins’ Attack Pupils

Rengwe Secondary School in Hurungwe suspended lessons for two days last week after pupils were allegedly attacked by suspected goblins believed to have been unleashed by a parent protesting that his child had been left out of the Basic Education Assistance Module (BEAM) selection. Eleven...
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N’angas Get University of Zimbabwe Certificates

THE University of Zimbabwe (UZ) recently held the first graduation Zimbabwe Traditional Healers Association (Zinatha) members who completed a one-year certification program with the institution. The graduation was presided over by Gene Morse, professor and associate director of the University at Buffalo’s New York State...
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State Varsities, Colleges in Tender Scams

STATE universities and several colleges have been rocked by tender scams that have attracted the attention of the President’s Office after costing government institutions millions of dollars as a result of fraudulently awarded contracts. Investigations revealed many state universities and government colleges have been prejudiced...
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Zim Diaspora Urged to Help Educate Orphans

A UK-based charity worker has urged Zimbabweans in the diaspora to come together and do more to assist those who are still stuck in the rut that is Zimbabwe. The call was made by Sharon Thompson, Programme Coordinator at London-based charity Zimbabwe’s Children, which helps...
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Prince Edward School in Namibia Tour

PRINCE Edward School coach Shaun De Souza is optimistic that his team will make a huge impression at the Rugby Invitational tournament in Namibia this weekend. The team left the country on Monday for the tourney. Both the Prince Edward Under-15 and the Under-19 sides...
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