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‘Over 60% Parents Default On School Fees’

Photo: The Herald Zimbabwe primary school teacher and her children (file photo). By Nqobile Tshili Bulawayo — At least 62 percent of parents in Bulawayo have not paid their children’s school fees and levies for the first term at Government schools, amid concern that non-payment of fees is hindering the …

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#Zimbabwe to build Robert Mugabe University

#Zimbabwe to build Robert Mugabe University Zimbabweans are having fun on the recent announcement that the Government has begun the process of setting up the Robert Mugabe University with the University of Zimbabwe expected to play a part in its establishment. The specialised skills university will be built in honour …

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Chinese firm in $60 080 gold ore theft

A CHINESE-LINKED mining firm, Sander Investments (Private) Limited, stands accused of stealing 1 604 grammes of gold valued at $64 080,80 from a Bulawayo miner. BY SILAS NKALA In summons recently filed at the Bulawayo High Court, Michael John Van Rooyen, claimed that Sander Investments represented by Mohammed Daka and …

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Mbare residents sue council

FORTY-SEVEN Mbare families have taken a class action against the Harare City Council and are demanding $100 000 compensation after their properties were damaged by flash floods believed to have been caused by the city’s poor drainage system. By PAIDAMOYO MUZULU The residents, through their lawyers Allen Moyo Attorneys, claimed …

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