As I prepared for my Christmas vacation in the rural town of Zvimba, I had many thoughts lingering in my mind.
For the first in my life, I was able to earn a decent salary and I had purchased a few groceries for my grandmother, so
Moving out of your parent’s house can be a tough decision, considering all the benefits that come with it. Nevertheless, there are trade-offs that come with it like curfews, restrictions and respect. Like many young people, it’s likely to feel nervous about this big decision.
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Position A: Chief Airworthiness Inspector X1 at CAAZ
Reports to Director Flight Safety Standards
Location: Head Office
The position exists for the management of the Airworthiness department Safety Oversight and
Surveillance functions and related activities. The position manages development of airworthiness related policies,
Harare residents have expressed concern over raw sewer flowing in the streets saying this could result in the spread of typhoid, recently reported in Mbare.
Harare is battling against obsolete sewer pipes that are resulting in raw sewage discharging into streets every day.
With Typhoid remaining Zimbabwe's biggest
In rearview sight of the recently passed wedding season in December, Jumia House came up with six pointers to help newlyweds and yet-to-be married couples who are moving in together:
By Jumia House Zimbabwe
Start Early: It’s easy to get caught up in all the wedding bliss that you
Derek Gatherer, Lancaster University
The phrase “emerging disease”, to describe an infectious disease that is new to humans or which is suddenly increasing its geographical range or number of cases, dates back to the 1960s. But it was the realisation in the late 1970s and
The Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has petitioned government over the re-introduction of Value Added Tax (VAT) on imported rice, saying the commodity should not be levied because it is supplementing the maize meal which is scarce in the country.
In his 2017 budget
As the sun sets marking the end of another day, the mining town of Shamva suddenly comes to life. People from all walks of life including illegal gold miners, some already intoxicated fill-up the numerous night spots in the town enjoying their daily harvests.
Home is where the heart is, the place where you feel safest, and the place where you belong. At the end of a hectic day, there’s nothing nicer than running home to your favorite TV show and snuggling up in a cozy blanket with
Suellen Shay, University of Cape Town
The recent 2016 meeting of the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Convocation – the annual gathering of its alumni – has been described as having descended “into chaos”.
But in fact the meeting was a microcosm of South African higher