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JUST IN: TelOne launches e-learning platform

JUST IN: TelOne launches e-learning platform

Source: JUST IN: TelOne launches e-learning platform | The Herald Chipo Mtasa Business Reporter FIXED telecommunications operator, ...
Editorial Comment: Bridging the digital divide in education

Editorial Comment: Bridging the digital divide in education

bridging the digital divide The reintroduction of radio and television in Zimbabwe’s educational sector is an important step in bridg ...
Zimbabwean journalists get the story straight on Covid-19

Zimbabwean journalists get the story straight on Covid-19

Source: Zimbabwean journalists get the story straight on Covid-19 | United Nations Journalists wear protective gear during World ...
Parents urged to safeguard children from harmful online material

Parents urged to safeguard children from harmful online material

THE United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) and local teachers’ unions have urged parents and guardians to safeguard ...
Zipping through Zimbabwe

Zipping through Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe has natural wonders, ferocious wildlife, warm locals, a fascinating culture, and more. Here are some must-visit spots for those with only a w ...
‘Zimbabwe can become Africa’s Hollywood’

‘Zimbabwe can become Africa’s Hollywood’

Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa (centre) poses with fellow delegates to the Emerging Cinema Market Confe ...
105 elephants dead in Zimbabwe amid Southern Africa’s severe drought 

105 elephants dead in Zimbabwe amid Southern Africa’s severe drought 

As temperatures soar over 113 degrees, severe conditions are also threatening 11 million people with hunger across southern Africa Source: 105 elepha ...
Food relief for urban poor 

Food relief for urban poor 

Source: Food relief for urban poor | The Herald August 26, 2019 Minister Nzenza Africa Moyo Deputy News Editor Government is working on provi ...
Murewa cultural heritage soldiers on

Murewa cultural heritage soldiers on

HARARE - A cloud of dust rises in the air, while young women and men ululate and clap hands, as the prime dancers shake their bodies energetically ...
This man spent $5,000 of his own money to put Zimbabwe on Street View

This man spent $5,000 of his own money to put Zimbabwe on Street View

Tawanda Kanhema took a bunch of 360-degree cameras to the streets of Zimbabwe and even managed to map the Zambezi river on a speedboat. Source: This ...
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