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40% off fees for Tertiary students on industrial attachment

Tertiary students on industrial attachment heaved a sigh of relief yesterday when the government slashed their attachment fees by 40% to promote inclusive and quality education in line with Sustainable Development Goals’ Vision 2030. In a statement, Higher and Tertiary Education permanent secretary Desire Mutize Sibanda said the students would now be required to pay 60% of tuition fees with immediate effect. “The ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology is pleased to advise all parents, guardians, sponsors that all higher and tertiary education students on industrial attachment/teaching…

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Chamisa thanks ‘alternative govt’

  MDC-T president, Nelson Chamisa yesterday commended the government for “properly” handling the funeral of his predecessor, the late Morgan Tsvangirai. Chamisa made the remarks in Parliament, where he described himself as “the anointed successor” and labelled Zanu PF as the alternative government to the MDC-T, attracting jeers from ruling party MPs. “The death of the former Prime Minister and MDC-T leader happened suddenly and the manner in which it was handled by the alternative government to the MDC-T, which I am now leading was done well,” he said. “I…

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Face of opposition politics in Zimbabwe

FROM the days of Rhodesia to Zimbabwe, the landlocked country between the mighty Zambezi and Limpopo rivers has been dominated by three men. BY RICHARD CHIDZA At the top are two of whom led the country: Ian Smith presided over Rhodesia from 1965 to 1979 before handing over power to Robert Mugabe, who led with an iron fist for the next 37 years before a military-backed Zanu PF internal revolt brought his dictatorship to an abrupt end only exactly three months ago. While Mugabe was using all manner of political…

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