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‘Embrace ICT to curb learning difficulties in children’

SCHOOLS and parents have been encouraged to embrace the use of information communication technologies (ICTs), as tools to help children with learning difficulties. BY SINDISO DUBE Educationist and business consultant, Themba Nyoni, who runs Baobab Educational Assessment Centre, told a seminar hosted by the Computer Society of Zimbabwe (CSZ) in …

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#Zimbabwe women turn to Zambia for cheap sanitaryware

ZIMBABWEAN women mostly from the resort town of Kariba have turned to Zambia for sanitaryware, as the cash squeeze hitting the country continues unabated. BY NUNURAI JENA Kariba residents told NewsDay that cotton and sanitary pads are cheaper in Zambia than in Zimbabwe due to the strengthening of the United …

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Byo loses $10 000 per month fighting sand poachers

BULAWAYO City Council is using over $10 000 per month in fighting sand poaching in parts of the city where the illegal activities are rampant. BY SILAS NKALA According to latest council minutes, the acting director of housing and community services said it should be noted that council was losing …

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Tsvangirai stalks Mujuru, Mutasa, Gumbo

MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai will engage in coalition talks with both ex-Vice-President Joice Mujuru as well as her erstwhile comrades led by Didymus Mutasa and Rugare Gumbo. BY PAIDAMOYO MZULU MDC-T President Morgan Tsvangirai Mujuru broke up with Mutasa and Gumbo last month in a nasty bust-up in the Zimbabwe …

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Police club financials ‘under-cooked’, court told

FINANCIAL statements presented to court in the ongoing trial of a senior Zimbabwe Republic Police officer were “under-done” a witness told a court last week. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Sibonile Kamupira, the lawyer representing suspended police Assistant Commissioner Fortunate Chirara, who is accused of stealing $500 from Kuyedza Women’s Club, a …

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