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Zimta Confident

THE Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association team left the country for the Southern Africa Teachers’ Organisation Games beginning tomorrow in Zambia. The regional games will feature, among other countries, Botswana, Swaziland, South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia and Zimbabwe in Livingstone from tomorrow until Tuesday. Zimta information officer Daisy...
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June O and A-Level Results Out

June Ordinary and Aanced level results are out, two months after the candidates sat for the examinations, with some students applauding the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council for the early release of results. Speaking to CLS, Taurai Moyo from Highifield said it was a good move...
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Lupane Varsity Acting Vice Chancellor Dies

Lupane State University yesterday sent a message of condolence to the Bhala family following the death of the University’s Acting Vice Chancellor Dr Maclean Mackson Bhala. In a statement, LSU described the late Dr Bhala as a humble man and veteran educationist. “Lupane State University...
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June O’, A-Level Results Out

June ‘O’ and ‘A’ level results are out, two months after the candidates sat for the examinations, a feat that the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council has achieved after years of struggling to release results early. Zimsec director Mr Esau Shingirirai Nhandara attributed the quick release...
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Form Three Student Hangs Self Over School Report

A FORM 3 student committed suicide at his Zaka school after the headmaster allegedly refused to give him his end-of-term academic report. Delight Makuvaza, of Mutimwi High School, hanged himself in a hill at the school after the headmaster, Taurai Masekeni, reportedly withheld his school...
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Teacher’s Goat Withdrawal – Zimta Raps Government

THE Zimbabwe Teachers Association (Zimta) has described as unfortunate the order by auditors for a Chiweshe school to withdraw a token of appreciation given to one of its teachers who had produced the best Grade 7 results in Mashonaland Central in the 2013 examinations. Auditors...
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Put Children in School, Not Work [opinion]

Child labour is a scourge that remains a problem in Zimbabwe, and statistics from the last child labour survey (2011) show that about 10 percent of children in the age group five to 14 are engaged in economic activities. Indeed, these children work because their...
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