It might a broken down vehicle, or you are planning to go out of the country for a while meaning you wont be using it for quite a long time but you are worried you have to be up to date in your payments to the Zimbabwe National Roads Authority (ZINARA). You can simply … Continue reading Did you know you can exempt a motor vehicle from paying road licence if its going to be off road for a long time?
Earlier this week, I wrote an article listing all the universities in Zimbabwe. Today I will list polytechnic colleges. Lets not waste time in paragraphs Bulawayo Polytechnic College, Bulawayo Gweru Polytechnic College,Gweru Harare Polytechnic College,Harare Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Polytechnic College,Gwanda Kushinga Polytechnic College,Marondera Kwekwe Polytechnic College,Kwekwe Masvingo Polytechnic College,Masvingo Mutare Polytechnic College,Mutare Have … Continue reading List of all Polytechnic Colleges in Zimbabwe
Before a motor vehicle can be used on the Zimbabwean roads, there are 3 important documents it should have, and these are Vehicle Registration Book Road Licence Third party insurance These are the documents I will be explaining on how to obtain them in Zimbabwe for a vehicle to be registered in Zimbabwe for the … Continue reading Registering a motor vehicle in Zimbabwe (original registration)
Are you looking forward to undertake your tertiary studies with a Zimbabwean university. Here is a list of all of them, and the cities where the different campuses of each university can be found. For more information you can visit the websites. Only one university on the list (Gwanda State University has no website). … Continue reading List of all Zimbabwean Universities
Low income = tight budget. Unless if you are a failure in planning or a loyal and regular FMC Finance customer. Entertainment (DSTV in this case) being least in the needs pyramid may suffer $0 allocation in your budget, but did you know there is a real $0 alternative you can have. Its not as good … Continue reading The DSTV alternative you can consider in Zimbabwe when running on a tight budget