Articles tagged 'sports'

Sports, Mass Display introduced as subject 23 December 2016 HARARE - A new “Sports, Physical Education and Mass Display” subject is to be introduced to the school syllabus next year and will apply from ECD to ''A'' Level. It is understood that students in all schools will begin studying the subject in the first-term from 2017. A formal announcement,...
Promote local artists, Parly urges govt 30 March 2014 HARARE - This week Members of Parliament (MPs) expressed concern at the awarding of a tender to a Korean company for construction of the late the Vice President Joshua Nkomo’s statue. Legislators from the parliamentary portfolio committee on Education, Sports, Arts and Culture grilled Godfrey ...
Zim Asset ignores arts, sport, culture 13 January 2014 HARARE - The minister responsible for sport, arts and culture, Andrew Langa should in the first 24 months of his office source for funds to invest in the arts sector because the money he was recently allocated by the ministry of Finance can only fund his staff’s pay slips. Bulawayo playwright ...
Artistes take minister to task 10 November 2013 BULAWAYO - Andrew Langa, Sports, Arts and Culture minister, disappointed Bulawayo artistes when he allegedly failed to articulate plans for the arts industry during next year's Zone Six Youth Games. Langa addressed his ministry's plans for the sports extravaganza but said very little about the...
Langa challenges arts sector to be innovative 17 October 2013 HARARE - Newly-appointed minister of Sports, Arts and Culture Andrew Langa says government alone cannot solve the challenges being faced by the arts sector. Langa, who was appointed by President Robert Mugabe to head the ministry, made the admission during a stakeholders' breakfast meeting hel...
We need to change our sports culture 24 August 2013 HARARE – Quite often we hear of the Warriors struggling to fulfil an important match, or extending a begging bowl to pay for airfares. I grew up in this kind of culture to a degree that I was meant to believe that such headlines on the back pages of national newspapers before every internation...