Company accuses Ministry of Primary & Secondary Education of stealing idea for eMap enrollment system

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The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has been accused of stealing idea for its eMAP online enrolment system by Harare company Purple Divine Technology which says it pitched the idea to the Ministry which in turn went on to use the idea without their approval.

In an interview on national radio station Star FM on Tuesday evening, the Minister of Education, Dr Lazarus Dokora failed to give a explanation when he was asked to respond to allegations laid out in a letter by Purple Divine Technology’s legal representatives Warara and Associates.

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