Zimbabwe Ambassadors Have not received salaries for 8 months

ZIMBABWE’S embassies abroad are facing a serious financial crisis with buildings in disrepair and envoys going without pay, forcing many to use public transport to go to work, a parliamentary committee has been told. Legislators warned that the crisis was a serious security risk as the struggling envoys could be …

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Zimbabwe has 20,000 unqualified teachers in classrooms

A LOCAL teachers’ union has warned of a possible collapse in education standards as it emerged that the government employs about 20,000 unqualified teachers, nearly a fifth of the full teaching establishment in primary and secondary schools. The ministry of education has struggled to fill the staffing gap after thousands …

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Zimbabwe President Mugabe Birthday to be a National Holiday

“Since Cde Mugabe is our first president, the holiday can be initially named after him and celebrated on his birthday on 21 February. The holiday can later be transformed into a President’s Day in the post Mugabe era, to honour the birthdays of all the presidents.” ON the occasion of …

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400 Zimbabweans die in SA every month

AN estimated 400 bodies of dead Zimbabweans are repatriated into the country every month from South Africa, with most of the deaths being a result of murder, the Financial Gazette has reported. Horror stories are told of Zimbabweans dying in gruesome deaths in neighbouring South Africa, a situation government said …

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