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Schools Arts Sports & Science Festivals At A Glance

by Kenneth Moyo |

A growing number of Schools Arts, Sports and science festivals (SASSAF) are now taking place across schools in Zimbabwe. The SASAF are intended to be a platform for pupils to show their talents in sports, arts and in academic. 272 more words


Local Catholic media workers urged to embrace new media

Images from the current proceedings at Marianhill center in Bulawayo were Catholic Media workers from all the 8 dioceses in Zimbabwe are currently attending a  national workshop on various church media related topics. 42 more words

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Schools Sports and Science Festivals: At A Glance

by Kenneth Moyo |

The Schools Annual Sports and Science Festival are one of the most trending activities in Zimbabwe’s schools this year. It provides an amazing competitive environment for students from all over the nation to showcase their talents in academic, sports and arts. 317 more words


Zimbabwe: to Bulawayo and back (not for the birthday)

I was born in this country, and lived here for a quarter of a century … yet, because our focus was our farm many miles away to the north, its second city is new to me. 748 more words


3 reasons why I haven't heard of new political parties in Bulawayo?

by Nigel Ndlovu

It’s a few months to go before we exercise our right to vote as Zimbabweans and electoral activity is still slow in my city. 606 more words


Fast Friends, School Fees and the Matopos

Thanks to some wonderful and greatly appreciated support, we raised USD707 and were able to pay for uniforms, supplies and school fees, ensuring that 7 children were able to go to school this first term of 2017 including one child from a friends’  801 more words


"Locked Gates and Tall Grass" - by Leroy M. Ndlovu

The lunchtime traffic swarmed around the brazen image of the nation’s hero. Directly beneath him sat a number of photographers, each of whom had found the area particularly good for business. 3,875 more words