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U.S. Embassy Launches Black History Month Essay Contest for High School Students

The United States Embassy Public Affairs Section (PAS) has announced a Black History Month essay contest for high school students throughout Zimbabwe. Entries are due by February 14, 2014 and should be e-mailed to  harare@educationusa.info or hand delivered to PAS’ Eastgate offices or the nearest EducationUSA Advising Centre (Gweru, Bulawayo or Mutare). “This is the fourth ...
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U.S. provides over $64,000 to restore Naletale national monuments

Harare, November 8, 2013: The United States Embassy has awarded over $64,000 to the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe (NMMZ) to restore the collapsed walls of Naletale National Monuments in Matabeleland South province. The support was made possible through a U.S. Department of State initiative, the Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation. On November 13th, U.S. ...
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Caveat Emptor

The ancient Romans coined a Latin phrase caveat emptor which roughly translates as, “Let the buyer beware,” warning the public to research their options before buying on the open market.  Zimbabweans would do well to heed this advice when exploring higher education options for themselves and their children. The advent of dollarization in Zimbabwe two ...
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From Refugee to Political Activist

Name: Bernard R. Londoni School: Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida Rank: Sophomore In 2001, Bernard came to Harare, Zimbabwe with his family in order to escape the war in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. He hasn’t looked back since. Candidly, Bernard recounts how it felt to leave his home country at such a young ...
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