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Mazowe High Gets 84 Computers, Labs

Mazowe High School has been transformed after the school and parents joined hands in building two computer labs and bought 84 computers recently. Speaking during Prize Giving Day ceremony the newly appointed School Development Committee chairman Mr Elvas Mari said it was time they upgraded...
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UZ Students for China

A team of University of Zimbabwe students leaves for China on Sunday to represent the country in the Enactus World Cup competition set for October 20 to 25. The competition is a showcase of how students can transform lives through entrepreneurial skills and seeks to...
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Parliament Dismisses Zinasu’s Petition

Legislators have thrown their weight behind Parliament in dismissing a petition by the Zimbabwe National Students Union to have the Legislature probe the conferment of a Doctor of Philosophy degree on the First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe by the University of Zimbabwe. Speaker of the...
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’No Controversy in First Lady’s PhD’

The First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe did not award herself a Doctorate Degree and her critics are not speaking from a “position of information”, Professor Jonathan Moyo has said. The Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister said President Mugabe’s wife, who graduated from the University...
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President Caps 1 065 Bindura Students

President Mugabe yesterday conferred degrees on 1 065 graduates at the 13th Bindura University of Science Education (BUSE) graduation ceremony. The graduates excelled in various undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, including science education, biological sciences, analytical chemistry, environmental physics, computer science, development studies, police and...
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When Education Breaks Cycle of Destructive Practices

Kenyan born educator and activist, Dr Kakenya Ntaiya, says after undergoing a traditional circumcision procedure, she left her country to find a way to empower young girls. “After the trauma, I knew I had to leave and do something. When you go through trauma in...
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’Let Us Be Objective About Dokora’

Albert Einstein, a German-born physicist and philosopher, once remarked: “Great ideas often receive violent opposition from mediocre minds”. Could this be true about the debate raging around our education system? It is a historical fact that the Government inherited the British type of education at...
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