250 students receive scholarships to India

India has helped Zimbabwe in various sectors such as health, agriculture and education.
By Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 17, 2023

Two Zim students headed to Oxford University

Mutambara made the remarks in an interview with Standard People in Harare where he was honouring two Zimbabwean students Brendon Mahere and Nyasha Mukonoweshuro.
By Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 5, 2023

Kuvimba spends US$150m in Capex

Rukweza said they have an aggressive exploration programme where they are looking to spend between US$20 million and US$30 million.
By Mthandazo Nyoni and Tinashe Kairiza Sep. 10, 2023

Building narratives: Marova excels in Norway

“The idea of one day graduating with an international master's degree from Norway seemed far-fetched,” she said.
By Fungayi Antony Sox Jun. 11, 2023

Keeping education shipshape

It might be an interesting diversion to consider what type of ship would serve as the best analogy for education.
By Tim Middleton Apr. 30, 2023

How to identify scholarship scams

With many Zimbabweans living in abject poverty due to the continuing economic decline, funding tertiary education has been difficult.
By Jacob Mutisi Apr. 21, 2023

Christopher Mushohwe dies

This was confirmed by Permanent secretary in the ministry of Information, Nick Mangwana in a Twitter post.
By Online Reporter Feb. 13, 2023

Village Rhapsody: Put women at the centre of climate justice

Gender disproportion and the environmental crisis are the two utmost sustainable development challenges of our time despite that climate change and Covid -19 have worsened existing inequalities worldwide.

By The Independent Mar. 27, 2022

Village Rhapsody: Put women at the centre of climate justice

Gender disproportion and the environmental crisis are the two utmost sustainable development challenges of our time despite that climate change and Covid -19 have worsened existing inequalities worldwide.

By The Independent Mar. 27, 2022