Zimbabwean children staying with their parents in South Africa could soon be able to write ZIMSEC examinations from that country, once the two countries conclude a Memorandum of Understanding that is being crafted.
Updating journalists on progress made so far in relation to the MOU, Primary and Secondary Education Minister Dr Lazarus Dokora, said,
We have now agreed on the actual text and this text is what will now be transmitted to Ministries of Foreign Affairs in both countries for purposes of now developing an MOU framework and then proceed to the Attorney Generals of the two countries so that we get a binding document between the two Ministries.
Minister Motshekga also addressed South African journalists at the same time with his Zimbabwean counterpart on these developments and progress made to date. Both ministers expected the MOU to be signed before the end of the year.