Rio Tinto Zhombe High School among A level top 100,mission schools dominated again

Top Hundred Schools in Zimbabwe for 2016 A level results
1.MONTE CASSINO SECONDARY SCHOOL83100
2. KRISTE MAMBO SECONDARY SCHOOL10998.17
3.NYANGA 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 SC

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Gokwe install first solar robot

LOCAL authorities have been urged to take advantage of the existence of sunlight for most part of the year in the country to install solar street lights that are cheaper to maintain.

Speaking while commissioning Gokwe Town’s first ever solar powered traffic lights on Monday, the Minister of State for Provincial Affairs in the Midlands province, Cde Jason Machaya said the use of solar energy should be embraced by all Zimbabweans.

The Gokwe traffic lights were installed at a cost of nearly $30 000.

“The commissioning of these solar traffic lights is coming at the best time to show the people of Gokwe Town and Zimbabwe as a country that Gokwe Town is aware of the energy plight and infrastructure development policy which is being pursued by the Government of Zimbabwe. The installation of these traffic lights is in tandem with the road infrastructure development thrust as enshrined in Zim-Asset. Road infrastructure is a key enabler for the performance of other sectors of the economy hence the symbolic and special importance of this event,” said Cde Machaya in a speech read on his behalf by the director in his office Mr Cleto Diwa.

“Solar energy is an environmentally friendly and a sustainable source of energy. Zimbabwe is blessed in that it lies in one of the best solar radiation belts in the world, averaging at 2 100 kilowatt hours per square metre per year and 3 000 hours equivalent to 300 days of sunshine per year. The government has taken a stance to promote investment in renewable energy and Gokwe Town is today showing its seriousness towards compliance with government policies.”

He said the installation of the traffic lights was going to curb traffic accidents at intersections.

In the past, Cde Machaya said, infrastructure funding came from treasury through the Public Sector Investment Programme, but there has been a paradigm shift.

“As a result, the installation of these traffic lights was funded 100 percent from local revenue to the tune of $29 620 00, a special achievement under the current economic challenges. This robot is evidence of collective efforts of the council, residents and other stakeholders.

“This is greatly appreciated, a dream has become a reality. Such projects will also be critical in Gokwe’s vision of becoming a municipality by 2025,” he said.

Council chairperson, Councillor Ester Sengwa said Gokwe was operating in line with the Zim-Asset cluster on infrastructure development.

She said they were working towards attaining town status by 2025.

“This is one of the projects we are undertaking to ensure 100 percent service delivery to our people,” she said.

Nembudzia Businessman In Trouble With His Money Making Goblin

A 68 year old Gokwe man is in trouble with goblins after acquiring them in search of wealth in Mozambique.

It is alleged Givemore Chigumbeze from Nembudziya Gokwe is fed up with his goblins he took in Mozambique in search of riches.

Chigumbeze testified that he never attends any funeral and he uses a fan with beads to call for any money he wishes and he gets it.

"I am in trouble with this goblins I acquired them in Mozambique and I do not attend any funeral regardless of my relationship with the dead.

"I keep a fan with juju in a closed room and I get so much money to boost my businesses," he said

Chigumbeze owns eight cars but is no longer enjoying his riches and wishes to repent.