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Grace’s Phd – UZ Reduced to a Butt of Jokes

THE controversy surrounding First Lady Grace Mugabe’s Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) early this month has reduced the former prestigious institution to a butt of crude jokes on social media. “You just phone. There is no problem. You just phone...
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Sibanda Launches E-Learning

The Office of the President and Cabinet yesterday launched the Presidential National e-learning project and handed over 160 laptops to pupils and teachers at two schools in Matabeleland South. So far, 60 schools have benefited countrywide from the new project, which is meant to facilitate...
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Getting to Know About Industrial Processes

Industrial processes is an Ordinary Level integrated science topic which lies under the section called Science in Industry. O-Level inter science comprises of five sections namely Science in Agriculture, Science in Energy uses, Science in Mechanical Systems and Structures, Science in the Community and Science...
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Exam Countdown Begins

THE clock now seems to be ticking faster as the countdown continues towards this year’s final examinations. The Ordinary and Aanced Level examinations are just around the corner, with just less than two weeks before they commence. To those who have been working hard, there...
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’Inclusive’ Education Should Be the New Paradigm

Education is a basic human right as firmly established in several international human rights documents that have global endorsement. International conventions state that primary education should be free and compulsory for all children without discrimination. Unfortunately, a huge number of children living with disabilities are...
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Chitepo Law School – a History and Celebration

The recent reopening of the Great Zimbabwe University was significant in a number of ways, being an academic milestone. The christening of the institution after the country’s first black lawyer, Herbert Chitepo, though, carries immense symbolic value. Chitepo was the famous legal representative of the...
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Rethinking Art Education

Today, every form of education is in danger of becoming obsolete if its principals ignore the three important factors — the effect of technological changes on teaching practice, the needs of the society it serves and the continuously changing demands of the industry it feeds...
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