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  • ‘Only 10-19 percent rural girls proceed to secondary school’

    Tawanda Bote Girls in farming and rural communities in Zimbabwe are still victims of gender inequality as only 10 to 19 percent of them are proceeding to secondary school, it has emerged. This came out of baseline surveys conducted by a local organization, Farming Communities Education Trust (FACET), in...
  • Organisation fighting drug abuse through sport

    Tawanda Bote The Zimbabwe Community Health Intervention Research Project (ZICHIRE) has begun a programme to fight social vice including drug and substance abuse among youths, through sport. The organization held its first event dubbed “Brother to brother” in Highfield over the weekend. Speaking at the event, ZICHIRE director, Walter Chikanya said...
  • Senator For Disabled Persons Elected

    Disability advocate Nasper Manyawu has ascended to the upper echelons of the disability movement in Zimbabwe, after being elected a senator to represent persons with disabilities in a tightly contested by-election .
  • Measles Kills 14 Children In Zimbabwe

    ZTN Correspondent At least 14 children aged between six months and 15 years have succumbed to measles following an outbreak in Zimbabwe. The Ministry of Health and Child Care reports that 72 cases have so far been reported in Mutasa district, 30 km northeast of Mutare. In a statement on...
  • Zimbabwe Teachers Divided Over Schools Opening

    Zimbabwe’s second school term began today (Tuesday). And for the first time in two Years, schools opened at once unlike in the past when they opened in phases due to the Covid-19 pandemic.