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Hello, As a family we are moving beside your High School from Northern Ireland. I am Freddy going into Y9 in September 2020. Please may I do PE in my Barefeet indoors and Sports as I hate those 'Smelly, Sweaty things call Trainers even with socks.' I have never since joining in Y1 ever lads to wear them. Maybe it isn't an issue in that others in your High School already do PE in Barefeet. Thank You and I look forward to coming. Dad will do the paper work. Kind Regards, 🦶🦶Freddy 😄🍀
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in life y mst duu wat eva u want coz life is not easy nomatter wat ita zvaunoda, idya zvaunoda, usaudzirwa nemumwe munhu

Lets joke, learn and keep track of current affairs in our area

04/05/2022

Pachipamwe community.

04/05/2022

Pachipamwe community.

RUSERE HIGH SCHOOl 30/03/2021

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20/01/2021

Community warned to be very careful. The civid pandemic is real. Pupil tests positive to the deadly virus. I hope the community is not already in danger

18/02/2020

On a sad note. Former Mandhloro and Rusere Primary schools Tr Mr Mushonga is no more. He is to b laid to rest today. On the other end Mrs Mavhaivhai also to be laid to rest today

24/08/2019

Taramba tamomoterwa nendufu. Anderson, VaChizete, Mbuya Mugoro vose ava in a very short space of time now Allen Chizete again. Pasi hariguti

18/05/2019

We have been robbed of a gallant son, a loving and caring man, the eversmiling Chikohwiti, Chipavhurire, Churuchanuna, Chipasokuramwira, that was Kefasi Mutirikwi. Burial arrangements still in progress

08/05/2019

Zaka North Soccer League on the verge of being unveiled. Sponsors desperately sought in cash or kind as hopes are high that the league will help in the development of rural soccer. Tems are still welcome to join. Clubs who still wish to join whatsapp or col 0777213195 and meet the Chairman of the league.

02/12/2018

He had a misunderstanding with wife in Chiredzi. left home in huff, went to their former residents(padongo), hanged self in one of the disused houses near Mazhawaras in March only fo his skeleton to be found yesterday. Burial in progress in Chiredzi

04/11/2018

Drama unfolds as some members of staff are implicated in the scandal. Keep yo ears awake fo mo

29/10/2018

My views are not the schools so is what l post. But as a concerned member of this community l will say it without fear, favour or fear of prejudice. Keep viewing our wall as l will expose mo and implicate some. l will also cover more community news.

28/10/2018

Mbuya Machaya populary known as VaTuta dies. Burial set for tommorrow at Machaya

28/10/2018

The Chief himself visited the school on Friday and a teacher was asked to live our school. The teacher's daughter is suspected of satanism. But mo must b done and mo heads must roll. If u notice some changes on your child's behaviour pliz find out and act quickly. U may also inform the school authourity who will in turn notify our honourable chief and the child(ren) be helped esipecially those in form 2B

17/10/2018

Suspected satanism at our beloved school.

23/09/2018

Ndapfuura nepaPadare nhasi ndawana bhawa
richimwa doro ndikati mafanisi kundoti
paSosten ah sadza riri kudya munhu ini
aikaka chii nhai. Pfacha pagwanha wanei
gozho riri kudzingirira kiti. Ichi chandivhuna mbabvu

03/04/2018

Dzimwe ndufu dzinobhohwa. Kutomwa mushonga ndokufa, nxaa

10/03/2018

Akarumwa negozho akafa. Pane akambozvihwavo here

06/03/2018

Mabhinya akurumbira veduwe. Toita sei vabereki

10/02/2018

Rusere High won Gold at Chinorumba yesterday at Inter Schools competitions yesterday. Wishing all the winners better lucky at District level

09/02/2018

Inter school competitions in progress at Chinorumba today. We are doing good

25/01/2018

Interhouse competitions in progress till end of the day. Morning community

23/01/2018

The news read by me not by u. Like the page and invite 10 friends to like us too fo the unlimited news. But its advisable that the guests be from within the surrounding community. Uku ndokupera kwenhau dzino

05/01/2018

At the entrance gate of Rusere High School the following message has been posted for contemplation:

"Destroying any nation does not require the use of atomic bombs or the use of long range missiles. _It only requires lowering the quality of education and allowing cheating in the examinations by the students._"

Patients die at the hands of such doctors.

Buildings collapse at the hands of such engineers.

Money is lost at the hands of such economists & accountants.

Humanity dies at the hands of such religious scholars.

Justice is lost at the hands of such judges...

*"The collapse of education is the collapse of the nation."

18/10/2017

Chikanda dies

07/10/2017

A few days after being insulted and injured Mr Chidhiya Rusere Primary xool Tr and resident in Machaya Village lost his father. B4 burial of Baba Chidhiya the trs wife also paased away. During the burial of baba mai was hospitalised. May a word of sympathy comfort the family and community at large in such trying times. Also wishing mama a speedy recovery

www.saphysio.co.za 06/10/2017

www.saphysio.co.za

September 2017 has seen a change of guard at the South African Society of Physiotherapy, the society which looks after the interests of its members, registered physiotherapists. Professor Witness Mudzi has stepped into the position of President of the society, following in the shoes of Dr Ina Diener, who has held the position for two years.

Professor Mudzi says that one of his priorities is ensuring that members of the SASP realise the full value of their membership of the organisation, and he’ll be looking into the possibility of increasing the “bouquet of offerings” for members without necessarily increasing their membership fees. “I will also focus on ensuring that the profession of physiotherapy is well positioned for the imminent arrival of the National Health Insurance (NHI). There is need to continuously dialogue with the responsible authorities so that there is an understanding of the undisputable role of physiotherapists during the NHI era.” He also believes that physiotherapists need to have a better understanding of their role in the NHI.

September has been a busy month for Professor Mudzi – he not only took on the SASP presidency, but also moved from his previous position as Associate Professor in the Department of Physiotherapy at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa to the position of Director of the Postgraduate School at the University of the Free State.

Professor Mudzi has a BSc (Hon) from the University of Zimbabwe and an MSc and PhD from the University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa). His research interest is Adult Neurology (which includes stroke and spinal cord injuries) with the main area of interest being quality of life. His experience with research will stand him in good stead in his new role, where he will be working to improve student throughput and research publications – as well as growing his own research portfolio. He also now plans to do research into postgraduate education: varying from teaching strategies to teaching technologies and factors influencing students.

Professor Mudzi believes that despite the many challenges facing the physiotherapy profession today, working together as a profession, the future of physiotherapy is definitely on the right track. “We owe it to future generations to ensure that we leave them a health legacy of the physiotherapy profession,” he says.

https://www.saphysio.co.za/media-your-health/press-releases/professor-witness-mudzi-takes-the-reins-at-the-south-african-society-of-physiotherapy/

www.saphysio.co.za September 2017 has seen a change of guard at the South African Society of Physiotherapy, the society which looks after the interests of its members, registered physiotherapists. Professor Witness Mudzi has stepped into the position of President of the society, following in the shoes of Dr Ina Diener...

www.saphysio.co.za 06/10/2017

www.saphysio.co.za

September 2017 has seen a change of guard at the South African Society of Physiotherapy, the society which looks after the interests of its members, registered physiotherapists. Professor Witness Mudzi has stepped into the position of President of the society, following in the shoes of Dr Ina Diener, who has held the position for two years.

Professor Mudzi says that one of his priorities is ensuring that members of the SASP realise the full value of their membership of the organisation, and he’ll be looking into the possibility of increasing the “bouquet of offerings” for members without necessarily increasing their membership fees. “I will also focus on ensuring that the profession of physiotherapy is well positioned for the imminent arrival of the National Health Insurance (NHI). There is need to continuously dialogue with the responsible authorities so that there is an understanding of the undisputable role of physiotherapists during the NHI era.” He also believes that physiotherapists need to have a better understanding of their role in the NHI.

September has been a busy month for Professor Mudzi – he not only took on the SASP presidency, but also moved from his previous position as Associate Professor in the Department of Physiotherapy at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa to the position of Director of the Postgraduate School at the University of the Free State.

Professor Mudzi has a BSc (Hon) from the University of Zimbabwe and an MSc and PhD from the University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa). His research interest is Adult Neurology (which includes stroke and spinal cord injuries) with the main area of interest being quality of life. His experience with research will stand him in good stead in his new role, where he will be working to improve student throughput and research publications – as well as growing his own research portfolio. He also now plans to do research into postgraduate education: varying from teaching strategies to teaching technologies and factors influencing students.

Professor Mudzi believes that despite the many challenges facing the physiotherapy profession today, working together as a profession, the future of physiotherapy is definitely on the right track. “We owe it to future generations to ensure that we leave them a health legacy of the physiotherapy profession,” he says.

https://www.saphysio.co.za/media-your-health/press-releases/professor-witness-mudzi-takes-the-reins-at-the-south-african-society-of-physiotherapy/

www.saphysio.co.za September 2017 has seen a change of guard at the South African Society of Physiotherapy, the society which looks after the interests of its members, registered physiotherapists. Professor Witness Mudzi has stepped into the position of President of the society, following in the shoes of Dr Ina Diener...

09/05/2017

Kelvin Vengesu Is No Mo

15/01/2017

Top Hundred Schools in Zimbabwe for 2016 A level results
1.MPOOPOMA THE HIGH SCHOOL83100
2. MAGWEGWE HIGH SCHOOL10998.17
3.PUMULA HIGH SCHOOL9697.92
4.ST. DOMINIC'S [CHISHAWASHA]9596.84
5ST. DAVID'S BONDA SECONDARY SCHOOL18996.83
6.ZIMBABWE REPUBLIC POLICE13794.89
7.ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE7394.52
8.ANDERSON SECONDARY SCHOOL6593.85
9.MUNDI SECONDARY SCHOOL REGINA13893.48
10.KNOWSTICS ACADEMY5792.98
11.JOHN TALLACH SECONDARY SCHOOL14292.96
12.ST. FAITH'S SECONDARY SCHOOL14092.86
13.BROTHERS SECONDARY SCHOOL MARIST12192.56
14.AUGUSTINE'S PENHALONGA ST16792.22
15.HIGH SCHOOL MOLELI12391.87
16.,PAMUSHANA SECONDARY SCHOOL23991.63
17.LANGHAM SECONDARY SCHOOL8291.46
18.ADVENTIST HIGH NYAZURA14090.71
19.MAZOWE HIGH SCHOOL14290.14
20.ST. ANTHONY'S HIGH SCHOOL14988.59
21.CHIKWINGWIZHA SEC SCHOOL3588.57
22.BRADLEY SECONDARY SCHOOL13287.88
23.HIGH SCHOOL GOROMONZI205187.8
24.MARONDERA HIGH SCHOOL16787.43
25SANYATI BAPTIST SECONDARY SCHOOL160186.88
26.HARTZELL HIGH SCHOOL20286.63
27.ST. COLUMBA'S HIGH SCHOOL17686.36
28.EMMANUEL SECONDARY SCHOOL10286.27
29.BERNARD MZEKI COLLEGE7286.11
30.DARAMOMBE SECONDARY SCHOOL13585.93
31.MTSHABEZI SECONDARY SCHOOL17385.55
32.ST ALBERT'S SEC SCHOOL12584.8
33.NYAMUZUWE SECONDARY SCHOOL12584.8
34.HOWARD HIGH SCHOOL17283.72
35.ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI HIGH13983.45
36.WADDILOVE HIGH SCHOOL15783.44
37.LUNDI SECONDARY SCHOOL12083.33
38.NYADIRE SECONDARY SCHOOL10382.52
39.SECONDARY SCHOOL SANDRINGHAM16582.42
40.ST. FRANCIS XAVIER'S KUTAMA20581.95
41MANDEDZA HIGH SCHOOL9381.72
42.MAVURADONA SECONDARY SCHOOL7181.69
43.JOHNS SECONDARY SCHOOL18581.62
44.QUEEN ELIZABETH SCHOOL18080.56
45.GOKOMERE HIGH SCHOOL236180.15
46.PAKAME HIGH SCHOOL12680.16
47.RUSUNUNGUKO HIGH SCHOOL179179.89
48.SERIMA SECONDARY SCHOOL15179.47
49.ST. JAMES HIGH SCHOOL11079.09
50.NYAHUNI [MAKUNDE] SECONDARY10178.22
51.MARANGE HIGH SCHOOL18177.9
52.MUTENDI HIGH SCHOOL17176.02
53.ST. MARY MAGDALENE'S SECONDARY16075.63
54.ST. DOMINIC'S HIGH SCHOOL23775.11
55.DAVID LIVINGSTONE SEC SCHOOL10474.04
56.GUTU HIGH SCHOOL16873.81
57.HAMA SECONDARY SCHOOL12573.6
58.SHUNGU HIGH SCHOOL9473.4
59.ZIMUTO SECONDARY SCHOOL21473.36
60.ST. PAUL'S MUSAMI16073.13
61.ST. MARY'S SECONDARY SCHOOL MT14072.86
62.MAKUMBE HIGH SCHOOL13872.46
63.HIGH SCHOOL MUKARO17271.51
64.NYASHANU HIGH SCHOOL14170.92
65PRESBYTERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL8870.45
66.COLLEGE NYATSIME13070
67.NGEZI SECONDARY SCHOOL129169.23
68.CHEGATO HIGH SCHOOL14269.01
69.MANAMA HIGH SCHOOL12868.75
70.RUYA ADVENTIST SECONDARY SCHOOL13468.66
71.MUREWA HIGH SCHOOL23968.62
72.HANKE ADVENTIST SEC SCHOOL9868.37
73.CHIBI HIGH SCHOOL20068
74.CHINDUNDUMA HIGH SCHOOL13067.69
75.GHOST COLLEGE HOLY12967.44
76.FLETCHER HIGH SCHOOL12867.49
77DADAYA HIGH SCHOOL16866.67
78.ANNE'S GOTO SEC SCHOOL ST.11766.67
79.FOWL HIGH SCHOOL GUINEA14365.73
80.MSENGEZI HIGH SCHOOL14265.49
81MAKUMBI HIGH SCHOOL15965.41
82.JAMESON HIGH SCHOOL14164.54
83.GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL MUTARE15364.05
84.RIO TINTO ZHOMBE SEC13263.64
85.SILVEIRA SECONDARY SCHOOL18963.49
86.ST. BENEDICT'S SECONDARY SCHOOL9263.04
87.MINDA SECONDARY SCHOOL9462.77
88.LORETO SECONDARY SCHOOL14262.68
89.ADVENTIST SEC SCHOOL MARANATHA15561.94
90.SECONDARY SCHOOL USHER13561.48
91.NAGLE HOUSE9361.29
92.ST. PATRICK'S SEC SCHOOL149 60.4
93.DRIEFONTEIN SEC SCHOOL7659.21
94.KWENDA SECONDARY SCHOOL16258.64
95.MUTAMBARA HIGH SCHOOL15258.55
96.GREEN GABLES HIGH SCHOOL4158.54
97.BIRIIRI HIGH SCHOOL14758.5
98.ST. MICHAEL'S HIGH SCHOOL11858.47
99.ALL SOULS HIGH SCHOOL10158.42
100.MABELREIGN GIRL'S HIGH S

30/09/2016

Teenage whizz-kid makes UZ
history
September 30, 2016 Headlines, Top
Stories
President Mugabe shares a lighter moment
with the youngest University of Zimbabwe
graduate Maud Chifamba who graduated
with a Bachelor of Accountancy Honours
degree in Harare yesterday. — (Picture by
John Manzongo)
Paidamoyo Chipunza Senior Reporter—
History was made since the founding of the
University of Zimbabwe in 1953 when 18-
year-old academically-gifted Maud Chifamba
graduated with a Bachelor of Accountancy
Honours yesterday.She was among 3 667
graduates from nine faculties and the
College of Health Sciences who were capped
by President Mugabe at the institution of
higher learning.
Related……….
President caps 1 065 Bindura students
President Mugabe caps 1 063 at GZU
President Mugabe caps 1 986 at Nust
President caps 4 719 at MSU
President caps 480
President caps 3 274 at UZ
President caps 1 600 graduates at CUT
190 graduate from Lupane State University
President caps 78-year-old Chief
Mashayamombe
President caps 2 001 Nust students
President caps 1 245 at CUT
President Mugabe caps 182 HIT students
As of 2012, Chifamba was the youngest
university student in Africa. She was born in
1997 in Zimbabwe and was accepted to the
University of Zimbabwe to read for an
accounting degree.
The teenage whizz-kid began attending in
2012 and also received a $9 933 scholarship
from the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority
Chairman’s Charity Fund. Chifamba lost her
father when she was five, in 2002, before
she started first grade.
By that time, her mother was suffering from
cancer and could not care for her and her
brother, two years younger. This prompted
Maud to fall under the care of a step brother,
who at the time was residing at a plot he
had been allocated during the land reform
programme in Hunters Road, in between
Kwekwe and Gweru, Midlands Province,
Zimbabwe.
In 2003 she started her first grade at a
school named Hurudza Primary school. In
2005, when she was in grade 3, during the
mid year exams, she was mistakenly given a
grade 4 exam paper in which she scored 100
percent. The following term during the same
year, she requested a Grade 5 test paper in
which she achieved the highest score.
She proceeded to Grade seven and she had
6 units. As Chifamba did not have money for
high school she studied on her own(home
schooled) and completed her Ordinary Level
in just two years, that was 2009. She was
later identified by the Ministry of Education
and awarded financial assistance for her
advanced level, upper six in 2011 and she
scored 12 points.
Her mother died of cancer that year. After
making headlines internationally, Chifamba
was awarded a $9,993 scholarship by the
Zimbabwe Revenue Authority. In 2013
Chifamba scored distinctions at the
University of Zimbabwe, where she was
studying for her Bachelor of Accountancy
Honours Degree.
She wrote her Grade seven examination at
the age of 10 and her A-level at the age of
13. In 2007 Chifamba was named the best
student under the most difficult conditions in
the Midlands Province.
In December 2012, Chifamba was fifth on
the Forbes Top 100 Youngest Powerful
Women in Africa and she was also entered
in the book of African Records as the
youngest university student in the continent.
In October 2013, Chifamba was a delegate at
the launching of a Terre des hommes
campaign for girls in Rome, Italy. On 25
October 2013, Chifamba shared the high
table at the International Day of the Girl
Child celebrations with ministers and
musicians. The event was hosted by UNICEF,
held in Zimbabwe and she delivered a
speech.
Faculties that graduated yesterday are
Agriculture, Arts, Commerce, Education,
Engineering, Law, Science, Social Studies
and Veterinary Science. Of the graduates, 3
106 were conferred with first degrees, 535
with Masters Degrees and 25 with Doctor of
Philosophy degrees.
Among the graduates, 25 were conferred
with Doctor of Philosophy degrees and from
those graduating with bachelors’ degrees,
149 had first class passes. For the first time
in the history of the University, an 18-year
old student was also conferred with her
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting.
The graduate, Maud Chifamba, joined the
University at the age of 14 years and
completed her degree at the age of 18
years. This year’s graduation ceremony also
saw the first pioneering graduates of the
Marondera University of Agricultural
Sciences and Technology.
In his address, UZ Vice Chancellor Professor
Levi Nyagura, described this year’s
ceremony as historic saying all these
achievements were a first in the 61 year
history of the University. He said the
University will continue to engage with
various stakeholders and strategic partners
for continuous improvement and to remain
relevant.
“We do recognise that our society is getting
more complex with dynamic varying sets of
requirements,” said Prof Nyagura. He said
this presented a challenge that called for a
re-thinking of the nature of the public
service the university should provide.
Prof Nyagura said to that end, the
University’s focus should be more on
socialisation of knowledge by making sure
that the university produced highly-qualified
professionals and that the best research
results were transferred to society.
He said the UZ was also open to capture the
knowledge generated by society so as to
sustain and further develop the intellectual
and cultural base of the country. “In this
endeavour, we have committed ourselves to
participate in national projects that empower
our country to be competitive regionally,
continentally and internationally,” said Prof
Nyagura.
He said in addition, the University also
reviewed its curriculum to promote
innovation, application of science and
technology and entrepreneurship. “Our focus
is to produce graduates with a strong
foundation in science and technology and
with problem solving and analytical skills,”
he said.
Some of the training incorporated include
Forensic Science, Geospatial Intelligence
and Aeronautical Engineering. Prof Nyagura
said the university had also excelled in the
development of GIS (Geographic Information
System) and Earth Observation Sciences.
“The motivation for this development is the
realisation that geographic sciences are key
to human security including disaster and
emergency response, crime and terrorism
prevention, surveillance of diseases and
disease vector outbreaks,” he said.
He said the University’s GIS and Earth
Observation Centre had since been assigned
by the African Union to carry out two major
tasks. Prof Nyagura said in line with the
Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio
Economic Transformation (Zim Asset), the
University also embarked on a number of
projects aimed at increasing infrastructure
to meet the growing demand of education.
These projects include a building complex
with 10 state of the art lecture rooms with a
combined sitting capacity of 1000, a
pharmacy laboratory that accommodates 130
students and an engineering computer
laboratory fully equipped with 100 state of
the art computers.
The University also constructed three
additional lecture rooms with a combined
sitting capacity of 200 and is currently
constructing a 1 100-seater modern lecture
theatre.

20/08/2016

Where are the English
Students? Let's see who gets this correctly.
The woman who ____
apples also ____ oranges.
(A)sells/sells
(b)sell/sells
(C)sells/sell
(D)sell/sell

28/06/2016

With deep sorrow and a touched heart We are not happy to let u know of the departure of Chipo Maningi who passed on in the early hrs of today after a short battle with n undiagonised coz. She is survived by 2sons. Rip Chipo

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