Government is set to build 17 world class secondary schools to match its internationally-acclaimed education system, Primary and Secondary Education Deputy Minister Professor Paul Mavhima has said.
These schools are part of Government’s short term plan which will see the construction of more than 2 000 world class schools across Zimbabwe.
Primary and Secondary Education Minister Dr Lazarus Dokora said recently that Zimbabwe needs at least 2 056 institutions.
Addressing villagers attending the commissioning of the Mutoko East Constituency Yeukai Foundation in Mashonaland East on Saturday, Professor Mavhima said two of the schools are nearing completion in Hatcliffe, Harare and Lupane in Matabeleland North.
Professor Mavhima said: “These schools would be built to match international standards with state-of-the-art buildings, teachers’ houses, classroom blocks, laboratories including sporting and other facilities.”
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