‘19 dropped from top cops chop list’

Harare Bureau Government has reduced the number of senior police officers to be retired from about 30 to 11. On Thursday, there were reports that the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) had retired 30 senior officers from the rank of senior assistant commissioner and above, as part of moves to transform the force. Sources said most… …
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Staff members should embrace good e-mail habits

Justice Simango Every e-mail you send adds to or detracts from your reputation. If your e-mail is scattered, disorganised and filled with mistakes, the recipient will be inclined to think of you as a scattered, careless and disorganised businessperson. Other people’s opinions matter and in the professional world, their perception of you will be critical… …
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BREAKING: Zanu-PF says down with “pasi” slogan

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Correspondent ZANU-PF has discarded the pasi/phansi/down with slogan in favour of progressive chants that build the revolutionary party and the nation. Addressing an inter-district meeting in Bulawayo today the party’s national political commissar Lieutenant-General Engelbert Rugeje (Retired) said the slogan was not in line with revolutionary ethos and had been hijacked by… …
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FCP might use BF

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE’S Total Caf Champions League representatives FC Platinum will use Barbourfields Stadium for their African safari in the event that Caf does not approve the use of Mandava Stadium. When Pure Platinum Play made their debut in continental tournament in 2012, the second-leg first round encounter against Sudan’s El Merreikh… …
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GZU sets up radio station

Walter Mswazie, Masvingo Correspondent GREAT Zimbabwe University is working on setting up a radio station and its target is to go on air by August this year. In an interview, GZU vice Chancellor Professor Rungano Zvobgo said plans are at an advanced stage to set up the radio station for the university which will serve… …
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JUST IN: A’ Level results out

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Correspondent The Government has released Advanced Level results for the 2017 seating with the pass rate dropping by two percent from 84 percent in 2016 to 82 percent. Primary and Secondary Education Minister Professor Paul Mavhima today said candidates should start collecting their results tomorrow. More to follow… …
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