Speaking to NewsDay, Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council (Zimsec) spokesperson, Nicky Dhlamini, yesterday said Zimsec has tightened its security to curb leakages.
She also appealed to heads of examination centres across the country to make sure high security standards are upheld,
The council is appealing to all its stakeholders, individually and severally, to be vigilant and be on the lookout for rogue elements in the midst of our communities that are bent on discrediting our education system by violating the integrity of our examinations. Centres are encouraged to be on the lookout for some people within the system, who collude to prematurely open question papers and coach individual students or groups using examination questions they pretend to have ‘spotted.
Dlamini also warned sitting candidates not to entertain any persons purporting to be selling examination questions, but to report them to the police or Zimsec.