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Why study 10 subjects at school?

That is why I feel a profound sadness and sorrow whenever I encounter news reports of our children who are said to have sat for something as outrageous as 20 subjects at O Level, or 10 at A Level.

Concern over ‘opaque’ govt deals

Manhidze Project is being constructed by a Chinese company, Dinson Iron and Steel Company.
By Emma Nhancumba 50m ago

Govt in 5-year plan to save wetlands

ZIMBABWE plans to spend $103 billion over a five-year period to save wetlands, authorities said last Friday.
By Freeman Makopa 50m ago

Zimsec must come clean on exam paper leaks

THE Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) told us last week that some 4 961 candidates who sat for Ordinary Level examinations last year had their results nullified for cheating.
By Newsday 50m ago

Zim sets cannabis THC limit at 1%

In 2018, Zimbabwe became the second African country to legalise medicinal cannabis/marijuana production for medical and scientific purposes.
By Kumbirai Mateva 50m ago

Belarus cashes in on Zim sanctions

Zanu PF party spokesperson Christopher Mutsvangwa said this was a move to bust sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the United States and the United Kingdom.

Inflation slowing down: Govt

Analysts said this was a sign that annual inflation could hit the 400% mark by year end.
By Harriet Chikandiwa 50m ago

Biggest forex windfall in 42 years... as Zim rates hit the roof, US$ gains traction

Only 35% was held in the free-falling Zimbabwe dollar pool.
By Shame Makoshori 50m ago

Am hooked to traditional music: Matiyanga

In appreciation of her rich culture, songstress Whitney Matiyanga says she is pursuing traditional music in an effort to uphold the Zimbabwean culture through music.
By Rejoice Phiri 50m ago