How to become a pharmacist

Are you considering to be a Pharmacist? My journey started off in a small community pharmacy setting near a polyclinic. I was fortunate to move to a gated community pharmacy in the capital two years later. During this time, I learnt a lot about different cosmeceutical products, in contrast to the medication that I had […]

How to become a software engineer

You’ve decided to become a software engineer👩‍💻…  Congratulations!😄 We’re here to help you achieve your goal of becoming a software engineer. If you’re already a software engineer, we’d love to see you share your tips and tricks with our readers in the comments below. If you’re not yet an engineer, don’t worry—we’ve got lots of […]

Spark your child’s interest in STEM

What is STEM? The first point of call would be to explain what STEM is. What does it really mean and why is everyone making a big buzz about it? Well, STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. STEM education basically helps us in solving the challenges the world is facing today and those […]

Financial tips every STEM woman must know

Financial tips every STEM woman must know Financial literacy for women is necessary to navigate everyday life. Little knowledge about finance and business is taught in school. Here at Tea in 60 it’s our dream to make sure Zimbabwean women in STEM are in control of their money! To get a better understanding of becoming […]

How to make goals that stick for the new year?

  It’s that time of the year again, and it is time to start thinking about what goals you’ll be working towards this new year. For most of us, these goals can be career related, relationships, finances and health. Think about other areas that would require focus in the following year for example personal development […]

Grades are just a part of your career strategy

Rumbi Munyaradzi is a digital mentor at The GenZim Connection, an online space for conversations in personal development, life skills and career insights for Zimbabwean teenagers. This article was originally published on her blog and one can read other articles like this at You can also follow her content on Instagram or Facebook at […]

What Next?

Congratulations on completing your O-level and A-level! 2020 was hectic for everyone but more so for the examination classes. Due to the pandemic restrictions there was very little contact between teachers and learners, a huge gap filled with so much confusion and uncertainty between beginning of the academic calendar and the end of it early […]