Zimbabwe’s rural teachers will tomorrow converge in Marondera to discuss what they have termed the failure by the government to address the country’s educational challenges through the introduction of the new curriculum.
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu
The Ministry of Primary and Secondary education at the beginning of this
Minister of Environment Water and Climate, Oppah Muchinguri has urged school authorities to put environmental management matters on staff meeting agendas to encourage efficient use of resources, reducing environmental degradation as well as conserving bio-diversity.
By Jeoffrey Ncube
Addressing delegates who attended the World Environment Day commemorations
“Computer crime and cyber crime bill needs to move fast so that we implement these laws because threats of attack are very high.
Minister of Information and Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services, Supa Mandiwanzira has urged Zimbabweans to take heed of cyber crime and security threats to avoid adverse consequences such as loss of lives, stealing of intellectual property rights and tarnished images.
Speaking at a Cyber Security Seminar
“When God created us he gave everyone a gift to sustain and put food on the table; there are no naturally born failures,” he said.
Caps United midfielder, Devon Chafa who is set to feature for the national team on Sunday is relishing the prospects of once again donning national team colors when the warriors clash against the Lone Stars of Liberia at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.
Government of Zimbabwe is set to introduce a Motor Vehicle Accident fund to ensure emergency treatment of accident victims to minimize physical and psychological trauma, a senior government official has said.
By Faith Zvorufura
Officiating at the Motor Vehicle Accident Fund consultative meeting in Harare, Deputy Minister
According to statistics produced by the World Bank, Zimbabwe’s growth rate will decline from 2.3% in 2017 to 1.8% in 2018.
The fact that there has been no official statement from the ruling Zanu Pf party on this issue is indicative of the probability that it has no problems either with Laxton Group or with the process’ outcome.
The Liberian national team have arrived in Harare for the opening Group G Africa Cup of Nations clash against the Warriors’ on Sunday at the National Sports Stadium.
Liberian coach, James Salinsa Debbah, brought a relatively youthful team which he believes will upset the Warriors.