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By Abigail Mawonde GOVERNMENT is considering weaning off State universities or make them meet a certain percentage of salaries for their staff. Higher and Tertiary, Science and Technology Development Deputy Minister Dr Godfrey Gandawa confirmed the development in an interview recently. “I can confirm...

RAMPANT corruption and misuse of funds by unscrupulous headmasters, bursars and some members of School Development Associations (SDAs) has reached alarming...

MUTARE – Long-serving Mutare Polytechnic principal Mr Tobias Kuwengwa bade farewell to the institution he served for 26 years during a colourful...

By Hellen Kadirire MARONDERA – A total of 200 students at Peterhouse Boys School in Marondera have contracted collective diarrhoea, authorities...

HARARE – The University of Zimbabwe has been closed for a week following this morning’s massive demonstration involving students, lecturers...

GWERU – The Midlands State University Lecturers Association (MSULA) called for an urgent meeting with all the lecturers at the State run university...

SOUTH AFRICA – A full investigation of an incident of bullying at an Umlazi School is underway after video footage emerged showing pupils slapping...

By Avoid Masiraha The Zimbabwe National Students Union (Zinasu) condemns the failure by the government to honour its promises to pay bonuses and salaries...

Mission schools have once again dominated the ZIMSEC national ‘O’ level top 100, accounting for 75 percent. According to the November 2014 examinations...

By Mugove Tafirenyika For the second year running, Monte Cassino Girls High, a Catholic boarding school in Mashonaland East, has emerged as the best school...