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November 8, 2018 11:31 AM Matopo High power outage enters day 11

Matopo High School in Matabeleland South province has gone for 11 days without electricity at a time when pupils are sitting public examinations. The headmaster of the Brethren in Christ Church-run boarding school, Mr Gardson Sibanda, said after every two weeks, the school goes for five days without electricity. “This time the school has been without 30

October 29, 2018 3:38 AM Minor allowed to write exams without ID

The High Court has come to the rescue of a 15-year-old Form Four pupil who was barred from sitting for her Ordinary Level examinations because she does not have a national identity card. The court ordered the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec) to allow Shelter Chisiri to write the examinations using her birth certificate. Authorities at the Vista 28

July 15, 2018 3:01 AM I wanted the crown: Miss Tourism Byo

When Anelisiwe Ndebele (pictured) entered the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe Bulawayo finals, she had the crown in her mind and on the night of July 7, the gods smiled on her as she cat-walked on the ramp. Ndebele was crowned Miss Tourism Bulawayo, winning prize money amounting to $2 000 and a ticket to represent the province in the national finals set for the city on September 35

February 16, 2018 1:22 AM Exam leak: Heads roll at Zimsec

The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) has sent its management on forced leave with immediate effect to allow an uninterrupted audit to take place at the examinations board. Zimsec board chairman Professor Eddie Mwenje made the announcement at a Press conference in Harare yesterday. “The Zimsec board takes this opportunity to assure its valued 43

October 28, 2017 10:49 PM ZIMSEC SCAM: O’Level Exam Papers Leak

Two Ordinary Level examination papers reportedly leaked in Harare last week, with candidates paying US$10 each to get the questions and answers. Though Zimbabwe School Examinations Council spokesperson Ms Nicolette Dhlamini suggested the papers in question could have been fake, sources told the state media that the same questions in the leaked papers 17

October 25, 2017 5:19 AM Exam cheat fined $150

A CHITUNGWIZA teenager has been fined $150 after being convicted of cheating during this year’s Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) end of year English examination paper. Louisa Mataya (18) of Unit B, Seke, denied contravening Section 35 (1) (b) of the Zimbabwe Examinations Council Act when she appeared before Chitungwiza magistrate Mrs Yeukai 22

October 19, 2017 12:34 AM Serial exam cheat caught red-handed

The alleged exam cheat, Portia Nyamukondiwa who resides in Bulawayo was spotted by an alert invigilator who fished her out of the examination room after recognising her from previous years. It has emerged that it was not her first time being involved in the same scam. It was however, not established whom she was writing the examination for. Sources at the school 40

October 15, 2017 11:18 AM Midnight exam for O-level

FORM Four pupils at Sobukhazi High School in Bulawayo's Mzilikazi suburb last Monday had to write their Zimbabwe School Examination (Zimsec) computers practical examination at night following an electrical fault at the school. The school is said to have moved the candidates to Bulawayo Polytechnic College where they sat for their paper 12 hours after 27

September 20, 2017 2:00 AM Icaz membership grows to over 2 000

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe (Icaz) has seen its membership growing to over 2 000 from 14 when the organisation was formed nearly a century ago. ICAZ president Martin Makaya said the institute was bringing out 100 chartered accountants annually that contribute to the economy. The bulk of its members are in Harare (907) followed 17

August 12, 2017 12:52 AM Yamamoto: Sinister Mugabe university

THE silly season is upon Zimbabwe! How did I know? I have not written about Zimbabwe in a while. That’s because I have been working on more exciting projects that demand a huge amount of my time. Daily, I get tons of emails from Zimbabweans and other interested parties across the world asking for my views on a lot of issues happening in the troubled 52