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Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Senior Reporter TUESDAY 14 March 2017 is a day Ms Georgina Shumba* would want to forget, yet she remembers very little if anything about the day. ...

Prince Machaya Clinton Moyo, Sunday News Reporter THE Attorney-General’s office has bemoaned the lack of a Statutory Instrument to fast-track the process of re-aligning laws to the Constitution after some ministries failed to fully commit to the process. ...

Michael Magoronga A teacher at Drake High School in Redcliff is battling for life at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals in Harare after he was seriously attacked by a machete on Tuesday evening while coming from a beer drink. ...

Guest of honour Mr Obert Sibanda (second from right) at Founders High School speech and prize-giving ceremony. Other pictures show scenes at the event Limpret Moyo, Sunday News Reporter PARENTS should offer maximum support to the educational needs of their children to ensure they complement teachers in moulding future leaders of the country. ...

Dr Godfrey Gandawa Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Senior Reporter MORGENSTER Teachers College in Masvingo has reportedly barred 91 students from writing their final examinations, forcing them to defer studies for non-payment of tuition fees, it has been learnt. ...

Ingwebu Breweries plant premises Vusumuzi Dube, Municipal Reporter THE chaotic state of the Bulawayo City Council’s inventory could affect the local authority’s move to privatise its wholly owned entity, Ingwebu Breweries amid revelations that some properties known to be under the council’s jurisdiction do not have any title deeds. ...

Bulawayo Deputy Mayor Councillor Gift Banda Vusumuzi Dube, Municipal Reporter THE Government has insisted that Bulawayo Deputy Mayor Councillor Gift Banda is still under suspension and should forthwith stop conducting council business. ...

Feedlot caretaker Mr Witness Ngulube Clinton Moyo, Sunday News Reporter A BULAWAYO-BASED company, Battlefront Investments which is constructing a $150 000 specialised state-of-the-art donkey abattoir in the city has so far purchased 170 donkeys which are now awaiting slaughter once the facility is completed. ...

Milton High deputy head boy Frank Chirisa poses for a picture after receiving a cultural award certificate Clinton Moyo, Sunday Life Reporter MILTON High School teachers have been applauded for acquiring Master’s Degrees and Doctorates after the school engaged in a rebranding programme as it celebrates more than a century of existence. ...

Sukulwenkosi Dube-Matutu, Plumtree Correspondent MORE than 5 600 people were left homeless as a result of heavy rains which hit several parts of the country during the 2016/2017 rainfall season, an official has said. ...