Monthly Archives: October 2015

11 enemies to your success

11 enemies to your success

Failure is always predictable. My years of success coaching, counselling and consultancy have shown me that failure leaves traces behind…

Nkomo’s company ordered  to pay workers $23 000 in 10 days

Nkomo’s company ordered to pay workers $23 000 in 10 days

THE late Vice-President John Landa Nkomo’s company, Astra Building Centre (Pvt) Ltd — now run by his son Jabulani —…

Matabeleland gets HIV laboratory

Matabeleland gets HIV laboratory

MPILO Central Hospital now has an HIV laboratory in a development that will see thousands of people in Matabeleland region…

Govt seek post war trauma treatment, counselling of war veterans

Govt seek post war trauma treatment, counselling of war veterans

GOVERNMENT is engaging foreign embassies with the view to secure financial support to provide post war trauma treatment and counselling to war veterans, while moves are also afoot to set up a memorial hospital for ex-combatants.

Motorist up for scoffing at cops

Motorist up for scoffing at cops

A BULAWAYO motorist has been hauled before the courts for labelling police officers at a roadblock as “uneducated, silly and emptyheaded.”

Tutor gets 140 hours community service for writing maths exam for student

Tutor gets 140 hours community service for writing maths exam for student

A HWANGE Maths tutor, who tried to write examinations for a student, who had failed the subject several times, was yesterday
slapped with 140 hours of community service for contravening the Zimbabwe School Examinations Act

MSU postpones graduation

MSU postpones graduation

Midlands State university (MSU) has deferred graduation for all final year students writing their examinations this
semester ahead of the institution’s 2015 Graduation ceremony set for November 28.

Bulawayo runs out of land

Bulawayo runs out of land

INADEQUATE funds and land have frustrated government efforts to expand the City of Bulawayo, Local Government deputy minister Christopher Chingosho has said.

Beitbridge gets facelift to resemble neighbouring Musina

Beitbridge gets facelift to resemble neighbouring Musina

BEITBRIDGE is under-going an “urbanising” programme to transform it to look like neighbouring Musina in South Africa, the local authority’s town secretary, Loud Ramakgapola has said.

Zec urged to embrace new electoral technology

Zec urged to embrace new electoral technology

THE Zimbabwe Election Support Network (Zesn) has called on the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) to embrace new technology to improve efficiency in its electoral management system.

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