Mavima speaks on illegal colleges

Abigail Mawonde Herald Correspondent Lack of schools in newly-established suburbs in Harare has resulted in the mushrooming of illegal colleges, whose operations are not monitored by Government, Primary and Secondary Education Minister Professor Paul Mavima has said. He said this at Kuwadzana 3 High School after paying a visit. Minister Mavima said some people were taking advantage…
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Suspected thief fatally assaulted

Fungai Lupande Senior Court Reporter Five neighbours from Glen Lorne, Harare, appeared in court last week on allegations of fatally assaulting a suspected thief they caught in their area. Samuel Madhudhu (22), Jonathan Mugadza (28), Albert Kuona (42), Trymore Topo (26) and Chenjerai Chikafu (30) appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Lucy Ngwari facing culpable homicide charges. They…
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Transport operators warned against fare hikes

Crime Reporter Transport operators associations have urged operators and their employees to charge stipulated fares that are on their fare tables and avoid overcharging commuters during this festive season. This comes in the wake of some unscrupulous operators, who were taking advantage of many people travelling to their rural homes and other areas to inflate fares….
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