Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga

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    Passport seekers sleep on pavements even after paying US$318

    ZIMBABWEAN nationals living and working in the diaspora have been struggling to renew their passports and sleeping on pavements at the Passport Office even after paying the US$318 for a 24-hour passport.The revelations were made in Parliament yesterday by MDC-T legislator Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga, who demanded that Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Kazembe be dragged before Parliament to explain to the nation…

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    MPs grill Ziyambi why re-open schools for only 9 days this term

    By Nompumelelo Sibanda PARLIAMENT yesterday heard that there is a possibility this year’s school first term, which opens on 22 March for the majority of learners, may be just nine days long, but Justice Minister Ziyambi  insisted that “let us just open schools”. Schools closed in mid-December after having opened in late October, as national lockdowns against the spread of…

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    ‘Cases of school girls falling pregnant have doubled during lockdown’

    By Nompumelelo Sibanda CASES of school children falling pregnant have more than doubled during the national lockdown, with Parliament yesterday hearing that almost every pupil at Magwegwe High in Bulawayo knew of a colleague who is pregnant. Parliament also heard that two Grade 7 pupils at Bosbury Primary School in Chegutu dropped out after getting pregnant before sitting their 2020…

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