Results for those who wrote their A-Levels in November 2019 came out just over a week ago ( we are doing the maths as we write this so the timeline might be different to when you read this). As you know these days ZIMSEC now allows you to view a copy of your results online.
It has been another great year for St Faith’s High School In Rusape who produced a whopping 37 students who had 15 points from. The school is ranked first in Manicaland a position they share with Knowstics Academy this time around.
Places from both schools are highly coveted and parents have been known to jump […]
The wait is now over for those who wrote their Advanced Level ZIMSEC examinations last year. The local examination board ZIMSEC has just announced that the ZIMSEC A level ZIMSEC results are now out.
Candidates who wrote their examinations during this seating should be able to collect the results from their respective centres starting tomorrow.
According to reports from the authorities and several publications, it seems that ZIMSEC’s Economics Paper 3 which was written on Monday had leaked before the exam was written.
3 Form Six pupils at Gebhuza Secondary School in Hwange were allegedly found with an Economics examination question paper before the exam. This leaked paper was in […]
The Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) has announced that the June 2019 ‘O’ and ‘A’ results out. This year ZIMSEC introduced a results portal. This means you can view them online right now. To do so please visit either of the following links:
Follow the instructions on that page to create an account and login to view […]
A letter from Riverton Academy, an elite school in Masvingo has set tongues wagging as it proposes eye-popping figures for next term’s fees.
Dear Parent,s/IGuardiatifs, RE: TERM 3 2019 AND AUGUST VACATION FEES
In view of Statutory Instrument (SI) 42 of 2019 in which the Zimbabwean dollar was made the sole legal tender in […]
According to ZIMSTAT, the government agency tasked with coming up with statistics in Zimbabwe, the annual inflation rate rose to 175% up from 97% in May.
This is the highest inflation rate we have had in Zimbabwe ever since we adopted the multicurrency system. A system which the government has since ditched as they embraced […]
As we rightly suspected the government has now increased the price of fuel. While this latest price increase will no doubt be painful to businesses and ordinary Zimbabweans who are struggling it is not as high as we feared.
Harare City council have made an eye-popping adjustment to clamping fees in their latest supplementary budget which was approved and adopted yesterday.
Clamping fees were increased by 1 000% and from now onwards light vehicles will have to pay fees of $500 ZWL instead of the current $40. If your vehicle is towed away instead, […]
Over the past two decades, Zimbabwe’s infrastructure has hardly seen any investment. According to an AfDB economist, Zimbabwe will require US$34 billion over the next decade to restore its road, rail, aviation, energy, ICT and water and sanitation infrastructure to proper working condition.
AfDB’s principal country economist, Walter Odero while speaking at the […]