The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) says investigations on the leakage of examination papers at different centres across the country have so far seen the arrest of candidates, examination administrators and members of the public.
The ZIMSEC November 2022 examination were marred by reports of some
Arafat came to symbolise not only the Palestinian struggle for independence but also became an international icon as a freedom fighter against oppression across the world mainly in Africa where he actively supported liberation fighters such as Zanu, ZAPU, and ANC among others.
A Commonwealth delegation is expected in the country to assess the suitability of Zimbabwe to be readmitted into the club of former British colonies.
In 2002, the Commonwealth suspended Zimbabwe, citing gross human rights violations, a collapse of rule of law and its shrinking democratic space.
By Victor Bhoroma
The Zimbabwean government has implemented a policy to collect half of the mining royalties due to treasury in physical minerals, instead of foreign currency as has been the case for the past decades under local regulations.
The new rule only affects royalties from Diamond,
China has committed to avail more assistance to Zimbabwe in agriculture, energy, health, science, and technology sectors, the country's Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Guo Shaochun, said yesterday.
Addressing Zimbabwean diplomats during Wednesday's tour of the new Parliament building in Mt Hampden built using a US$98 million grant
Popular comedienne Mai Titi has fired back at subliminal shots her rival Madam Boss directed at her during an interview with DJ Ollah 7 on Star FM Wednesday night.
Speaking to Star FM radio presenter, Madam Boss said it is a foolish act to discuss her
Zimbabwe is scaling up its domestic value chain development drive as a key to robust economic transformation and trade, Industry and Commerce Permanent Secretary, Mavis Sibanda has said.
In a speech read on her behalf by Denford Nhema, a senior director in the ministry of industry
Harare Regional Magistrate Marehwanazvo Gofa has granted ZW$300 000 bail to Chitungwiza North legislator Godfrey Sithole after spending 149 days behind bars on charges of inciting violence at the funeral of party activist Moreblessing Ali in June this year.
Sithole's ally and Zengeza West legislator
Buy Zimbabwe, a movement promoting local products is conducting its Buy Zimbabwe Week campaign from the 21st to the 25th of November as it intensified local product awareness ahead of festive season shopping.
Festive season shopping for most Zimbabweans traditionally starts around the end of November,
The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development has blacklisted 19 companies from participating in the public procurement processes after they were found guilty of siphoning payments from Treasury into the parallel market which is fueling domestic inflationary pressures.
In May, a Value for Money Process on