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Govt scraps Cala, introduces school based projects

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Blessings Chidakwa-Herald Reporter THE Continuous Assessment Learning Activities (CALA) have, with immediate effect, been replaced with the new school-based projects of practical applications with the number of areas covered by the non-examination process reduced from about eight to one for each subject. Learners in primary schools will now be offered a maximum of six learning […]

Major roads in Harare closed for rehabilitation

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Freeman Razemba and Ivan Zhakata MAJOR roads in Harare have been closed for massive rehabilitation ahead of the 44th Southern African Development Community (SADC) Heads of State and Government Summit scheduled to be held in Harare in August. At least 40 greater roads in and around the city have been lined up for the rehabilitation […]

Treasury exposes abuse of sugar tax for profiteering

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Prosper Ndlovu-Bulawayo Bureau THE Government has condemned the abuse of the beverages sugar content tax and other tariff measures by some businesses that deliberately misinterpret clear policy propositions for profiteering while unjustifiably punishing innocent consumers.  While consumption taxes are charged on the consumption of goods and services and are generally imposed at the time of […]

Isolated rains bring relief, hope

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Precious Manomano-Herald Reporter MOISTURE over the northern and eastern parts of the country from Zambia and Mozambique has resulted in isolated thunderstorms over Matabeleland North, all Mashonaland provinces and Manicaland, with notable recorded falls at Chisengu (87mm), Chipinge (52mm), Hwedza (35mm), Kariba (20mm), Kanyemba (16mm) and Victoria Falls (14mm). In a statement yesterday, the Meteorological […]

Stakeholders push for tech-savvy graduates

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Trust Freddy–Herald Correspondent  In the face of rapid technological advances, stakeholders want comprehensive retooling and reskilling to produce graduates who are prepared for the demands of the modern economy. These issues were discussed on Monday during a consultative workshop held by the Skills Audit and Development Ministry, which brought together stakeholders from tertiary institutions.  Skills […]

Senior officials pledge to fight corruption

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Rumbidzayi Zinyuke and Primrose Zimano IN a move meant to bolster transparency and accountability, more than 100 Government officials yesterday signed Integrity Pledges to reaffirm their commitment to fight corruption as a central element in achieving the nation’s Vision 2030 goals. The signing ceremony, held in Harare and overseen by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC), […]

Skills Minister backs innovation hubs

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Trust Freddy-Herald Correspondent  Skills Audit and Development Minister Paul Mavima yesterday toured the Eight2Five Innovation Hub and Start-up projects in Harare, which will give impetus to the country’s modernisation agenda and aid the manufacturing sector.  The innovation hub, owned by Old Mutual, focuses on creating a modern, professional and energetic work environment to stimulate the […]

Biti fined US$300 for verbal assault

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Prosper Dembedza-Herald Correspondent  AFTER a four-year trial, Harare Magistrate Mrs Vongai Guwuriro yesterday ordered Tendai Biti to pay a US$300 fine (or six months in jail) after she found him guilty of a verbal and threatening assault on businesswoman and investor Mrs Tatiana Aleshina outside the Harare Magistrates Court in 2020. A further six month […]



Cabinet okays Heritage-Based framework

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Herald Reporter Cabinet yesterday approved the Heritage-Based Education 2024 to 2030 curriculum framework, which is expected to transform the education system to produce citizens with relevant skills that are key to national development. Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister, Dr Jenfan Muswere, said this yesterday during the post-Cabinet briefing. He said the document was presented […]

Editorial Comment: Integrity pledges strengthen the honest, group them together

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THE cynical might see the present campaign for senior civil servants to sign integrity pledges to fight corruption within their departments and ministries as little more than a gesture, but it obviously goes a lot further than that as a major effort to change the mindset of those involved. The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission has been […]

REITs to underpin ZSE 2024 prospects

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Enacy Mapakame Despite a slowdown in real US dollar terms in 2023, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are still expected to anchor this year’s growth prospects on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE). Recently, the ZSE witnessed a significant development in its REITs landscape with the recent listing of the Revitus Property Opportunities REIT Fund last […]

PSL clubs keep fingers crossed . . . stadium inspection continues

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Eddie Chikamhi-Senior Sports Reporter LAST year’s league runners-up Manica Diamonds and ambitious newboys Simba Bhora are expecting to play their home games on home turf this season following progress made in their stadium renovations.  The 2024 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season is scheduled to start on March 9. Manica Diamonds and Simba Bhora played […]

‘Significant strides made in human rights protection’

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Herald Reporter The Government has made significant interventions in the promotion and protection of human rights in Zimbabwe, the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Ziyambi Ziyambi, said yesterday. Addressing the high level segment of the 55th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, Minister Ziyambi said in the ongoing pursuit of […]

Millers to import 1,1m tonnes maize

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Farirai Machivenyika-Senior Reporter Private businesses under the Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe will import up to 1,1 million tonnes of maize between now and March next year to augment Government efforts to ensure availability of maize-meal on the market. GMAZ national chairperson Dr Tafadzwa Musarara yesterday told the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Lands, Agriculture and […]

Murambinda to host Uhuru

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Zvamaida Murwira-Senior Reporter Murambinda Growth Point in Buhera district in Manicaland Province will be the venue of this year’s national independence celebrations in line with the Second Republic led by President Mnangagwa’s devolution and decentralisation thrust. Holding of national events in Buhera district is also consistent with Government’s thrust of leaving no one and no […]


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