I am no sell out: Dr Mujuru

Vice President Dr Joice Mujuru says with the sacrifices she made in liberating the country there is no way she can be said to be selling out by dining with neo-colonialists.


Dr Mujuru made the remarks during her graduation party held at Dotito High School in Mt Darwin following her recent graduation with a Doctor of Philosophy degree.

 

 
'Prioritise quality education'

The First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe has called upon schools to offer quality education that stimulates development of broad-based capabilities and employment creation.

 

 
Jabulani Sibanda ousted?

War veterans have passed a vote of no confidence in their national chairman Cde Jabulani Sibanda, accusing him of making the association dysfunctional.

 

Support SMEs, govt urged

Support SMEs, govt urged

The government has been called upon to improve the operating environment for small to medium enterprises to ensure that the sector increases its contribution to the gross domestic product.

 

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Is reading culture dead?

Is reading culture dead?

Thomas Hardy, John Grisham, Jack Higgins, Danniele Steele, mills and boon and other pacesetters used to be part of every young avid reader’s book collection.

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53 students graduate at Gwebi

53 students graduate at Gwebi

53 students graduated with agriculture diplomas in various disciplines at Gwebi Agricultural College amid calls for new graduates to utilise their knowledge to combat the effects of climate change thr...

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Be innovative, colleges urged

 Be innovative, colleges urged

Zimbabweans have been challenged to be focused and to transform the prevailing economic challenges into opportunities in order to lay a strong foundation for a vibrant economic take-off.

 

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DeMbare and Hove should get crowns

DeMbare and Hove should get crowns

By Livingstone Banga

 

The greatest mistake that all Premier Soccer League teams have done is to allow Dynamos to be at the apex or close to the top towards every season end over the past five seasons.

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Zim restricted to 240 all out

Zim restricted to 240 all out

The Zimbabwe cricket team was restricted to a 240 all out on Day One of the first test against Bangladesh in Dhaka on Saturday.

 

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Buyers pledge to market Zim

Buyers who attended this year’s Sanganai/ Hlanganani World Travel and Tourism Fair have pledged to go back to their countries and market Zimbabwe as a potential tourist destination.

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56 Ethiopians appear in court

56 Ethiopian nationals who allegedly entered the country illegally through Nyamapanda Border Post have appeared in court facing charges of contravening the Immigration Act.

 

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Zim rural women - drivers of rural progress

Zim rural women - drivers of rural progress

By Locadia Mavhudzi.

 

The rural women in Africa have been described as vulnerable and seen as a victim of gender based violence, lacking education and unable to access, control and  own property. A dee...

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"They think Africa is their God-given territory because once upon a time they oppressed us. They had colonies in Africa. They had shared Africa like a cake, this part belongs to the British, that part to the Belgians and that other part to the French, the Germans. There was that scramble for Africa. Not so with the Chinese." - during state trip to China, August 2014.

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