Completion rate for primary education in Zim declines

Completion rate for primary education in Zim declines

The completion rate for primary education in Zimbabwe has declined from 98.5 percent to 89 percent while the number of Out-of-School children for secondary education worsened to nearly one child out of three, according to a comparative analysis of the 2014 and 2019 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) results.

Covid-19 will continue to claim lives: WHO

Covid-19 will continue to claim lives: WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said Covid-19 is likely to continue with surprises and claim more lives warning against underestimating the disease, which was first detected in late 2019.

Zimbabwe Has A Deficit Of About 3 000 Schools – Education Ministry

Zimbabwe Has A Deficit Of About 3 000 Schools – Education Ministry

The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education (MOPSE) has said the country has a deficit of about 3 000 schools, according to NewsDay.

Churchmen arrested

HARARE - The government on Friday arrested and detained Methodist Church Bishop Levee Kadenge and two other pastors in the Christian Alliance - convenors of the...

Forgotten Kariba

Mention Kariba and words that are most likely to come into peoples' minds would be 'houseboat',...

Currency News 10-08-06

Cash chaos for informal sector
HARARE - Zimbabweans are fast discovering that the burden of having to...

Around Zimbabwe 10-08-06

Govt orders price freeze
HARARE - The government has ordered businesses not to increase prices until...

SW Radio Africa August 3- 9

BEHIND THE HEADLINES - Join Lance Guma on Thursday as he speaks Walter Gwete, a councillor...

Prominent party officials turn to God

By Gift Phiri
HARARE - The Christian Alliance, a network of church leaders advocating justice and peace,...

News Briefs 3-08-06

Massive looting at Hopley
HARARE - Victims of last year's government clean-up exercise who are staying at...

Around Zim 3-08-06

Gokwe rally marks significant shift in rural support
GOKWE - Isaac Matongo, the National Chairman...

Bright Matonga to face corruption charges

HARARE - Deputy information minister Bright Matonga was arrested last week on corruption charges involving...

CHRA vows to continue protests

HARARE - The Combined Harare Residents Association (CHRA) has vowed to continue mass demonstrations despite several...

Nation under threat of ‘Martial Law’

HARARE - President Robert Mugabe is consolidating his grip on Zimbabwe through new laws that analysts...


16/4/06 23/4/06 30/4/06 Increase, 1 wk
Mealie meal 10kg, refined Z$368,000.00 Z$472,000.00 Z$368,000 -22.0%
tomatoes 1kg...

Highlights of monetary policy statement

HARARE - These are the main points from RBZ governor Gideon Gono's monetary policy statement:
* "Project...