Monthly Archives: January 2015

‘Universities produce  half-baked graduates’

‘Universities produce half-baked graduates’

MOST of the thousands of students churned out of the country’s tertiary institutions are half-baked and do not have the requisite industrial skills required of them, a top government official has said.

I’m not scared: Mutasa

I’m not scared: Mutasa

FORMER Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa has said he is ready to appear before a disciplinary committee set to deal with his case, cheekily equating his impending disciplinary hearing to ones he attended to during the colonial era.

MDC-T threatens action over Kereke

MDC-T threatens action over Kereke

THE MDC-T has again threatened to approach the Constitutional Court to force Parliament to declare Munyaradzi Kereke’s Bikita West seat vacant and call for a by-election.

Four challenge Mnangagwa in election

Four challenge Mnangagwa in election

FOUR candidates will challenge Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s wife Auxillia in the Chirumanzu-Zibagwe constituency, after they submitted their nomination papers to contest the seat yesterday.

Mutasa threat to Zanu PF: Analysts

Mutasa threat to Zanu PF: Analysts

ZANU PF seems to have been rattled by a somewhat unexpected move by former secretary for administration, Didymus Mutasa, to take the party head-on, as it seems not unsure how to handle what it sees as rebellion.

Govt vaccination programme resisted

Govt vaccination programme resisted

SOME parents in Bulawayo are resisting a government programme to vaccinate pupils against diseases such as bilharzia and intestinal worms.

Masuku close to FC Platinum deal

Masuku close to FC Platinum deal

FC PLATINUM are on the verge of snatching creative Bantu Rovers midfielder Nqobizitha Masuku for the 2015 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) season.

Amakhosi launches music label: Game changer?

Amakhosi launches music label: Game changer?

A WEEK or so ago I was contacted by one Thabiso Phiri, the current publicity man at Amakhosi Township Square.

Minister speaks on bonded graduates

Minister speaks on bonded graduates

HIGHER Education, Science and Technology Development deputy minister Godfrey Gandawa has suggested that bonded students under the cadetship scheme do not have to repay loans in monetary terms, but through the service that they may render to the nation.

BOSSO DECIDE

BOSSO DECIDE

IT’S election day for the Highlanders family at the team’s clubhouse on Sunday when new executive committee members will be ushered in.

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