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We are pleased to announce our Top 10 Secondary Schools in Zimbabwe.

10. Christian Brothers College

  • The College follows syllabuses leading to ‘O’ Level in Form 4 and ‘A’ Level in Upper Sixth.
  • The College policy is to endeavor to restrict classes to a manageable size.
  • A comprehensive range of subjects is offered to pupils with various subject options.

9. Girls College

  • is an all-female high school located in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Founded in 1983, the high school has come a long way in a relatively short period of time, and continues to produce graduates of the highest possible standard. Indeed, as our slogan states: “Moulding women for the modern world”

Not only is it difficult to have friends in the very competitive entertainment industry, but it is even harder to keep them.

Some celebrity friendships, like that of Terry Pheto and Mampho Brescia, manage to remain strong despite the drama.

Then you have the friends who are all smiles in front of the camera, only to have the dramatic end to their relationships splashed across the front page of tabloids

But because the industry is small, they regularly bump into each other at events, and soon become frenemies (someone you are friendly with despite secretly disliking them) or even worse – serious enemies.

Here’s a list of some of SA’s biggest besties turned frenemies

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Not only is it difficult to have friends in the very competitive entertainment industry, but it is even harder to keep them.

Some celebrity friendships, like that of Terry Pheto and Mampho Brescia, manage to remain strong despite the drama.

Then you have the friends who are all smiles in front of the camera, only to have the dramatic end to their relationships splashed across the front page of tabloids

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The universe has been incredibly generous to some people who made billions from their years of hard work and dedication, and sometimes out of pure luck or simply from being born into money. Australia, meanwhile, is no stranger to billionaires, with more than 30 of them calling Down Under home.

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This year’s LinkedIn Top Companies in Australia represent everything from your traditional accounting firms to airlines and retail chains. They’re who you trust with your money and whose beer you drink at the end of a long day. Thanks to their generous perks and vibrant workplace cultures, it’s no surprise that these companies are where LinkedIn members in Australia most want to work now.

The Top Companies list is based on the billions of actions taken by LinkedIn’s 500+ million members. Our data team, working with our global editorial team, analysed those actions to come up with a blended score ranking the winners in each country.

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The Top Companies list is based on the billions of actions taken by LinkedIn’s 500+ million members. Our data team, working with our global editorial team, analysed those actions to come up with a blended score ranking the winners in each country.