Harare Mayor arrested

Lloyd Ndemo Harare mayor, Jacob Mafume was arrested on Wednesday evening on allegations of criminal abuse of office. Police spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner, Paul Nyathi said, “It’s true, Jacob Mafume has been arrested. There are allegations of criminal abuse of office and more details will be availed today.” Share on: WhatsApp

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Lightning kills one, injures two

Munashe Mukahlera One person was killed while two others were seriously injured after a lightning bolt struck in eastern Zimbabwe’s Manicaland province on Tuesday. The injured are being treated at Victoria Chitepo hospital. The three were employed by the Grain Marketing Board provincial depot. In another incident, a school in Zvishavane was destroyed by a hailstorm […]

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Zimsec brings exams to students in quarantine

Takudzwa Chihambakwe All students registered to write examinations next month will proceed regardless of their Covid-19 status. Two examination centres in Zimbabwe’s Matabeleland North Province have recorded Covid-19 cases. Primary and Secondary Education Ministry spokesperson Taungana Ndoro said infected students will write while in quarantine. “We have taken note of the fact that some students […]

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Unesco launches educational chatbot for alternative learning

Cecilia Kamuputa The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s Regional Office for Southern Africa (UnescoRosa), in conjunction with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education and the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) on Monday, November 23, 2020, launched an educational chatbot to supplement the limited alternative learning modes available. This follows the closure of […]

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Harare City Council Lines Up House Demolitions

Lloyd Ndemo Members of 20 housing co-operatives in Zimbabwe’s capital city, Harare, will lose properties after the courts ruled their occupation illegal. The cooperatives are ldeal homes, Home Angels, Bantu, Tembwe, Nyabira, Greenlands, Takakura and Chitepo, among others. Harare City Council told the courts that the co-operatives were allocating residential and commercial stands to land-seekers […]

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