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The school headmaster has rounded up the students and their ordered them to get back to school.
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The learners say they haven't been getting the quality of education they deserve because teachers are not getting enough salaries.
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Brian Mutsiba, a teacher for biology says learners took the initiative to express their disgruntlment over the deteriorating education system in the country.
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The Njube High School students are saying their teachers are harvesting mopani worms instead of teaching them
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The learners are chanting slogans in protest. They marched from their school in Njube surbub to Total garage at Entumbane.
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The students are calling for government to improve working conditions for teachers
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Njube High School students in Bulawayo have taken to the streets in protest against increased school fees. The fees escalated from ZWL$92 to ZWL$440.
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In rememberance of the deployment of Fifth Brigade in Matabelaland and Midlands we replay some of the interviews with ZPRA cadres and victims of the Gukurahundi atrocities.
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ZMC bill amendment worries media body
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Concerns have been raised on the proposed move to delink delimitation from the national census, with critics saying the decoupling is targeted at the 2023 elections.
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“Poor people who go to bed without a meal and who struggle to meet the costs of basic food, rentals and school fees cannot be expected to visit tourist parks. Put simply, people are too poor to be tourists.”
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We will be guided by government on DIDG deal: NRZ
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‘Zimbabwe edging closer to instability needs dialogue soon’
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Gwanda residents heave sigh of relief
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Machete gang attacks amacimbi harvesters
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Universities, colleges ignore govt fees directive?
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