President Mnangagwa is set to address a rally at Chiapdze Stadium in Bindura tomorrow after touring Eureka Gold Mine in Guruve and laying a foundation rock for a multi-purpose sports centre to be built at Bindura University of Science Education (BUSE).
In an interview with The Herald, Zanu-PF Mashonaland Central provincial chairperson Kazembe Kazembe confirmed the development. Mnangagwa visited Siyalima, Guruve recently where he commissioned an A1 resettlement model structure. Said Kazembe:
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The President will be in the province to lay a foundation for a national sports academy to be built in Bindura, the first of its kind in Zimbabwe. Before that the President will first visit Eureka Mine in Guruve to assess the situation there. The mine, which is the largest employer in Guruve has not been fully operating for quite some time and the President is coming there to give new impetus to the mine for the benefit of the people. This is a welcome development as it will create employment for our people. The President was in Guruve recently and he is coming back again and to us as a province, we value this.
Bindura University of Science Education is a state owned tertiary institution located in the Mashonaland Central province of Zimbabwe. The university opened its doors in 1996 and since then it has specialized in the provision of science education to both locals and foreign students. Read More About Bindura University of Science Education
Kazembe Kazembe is a Zimbabwean politician who is a member of the Zanu-PF party. He is the current Minister of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage. He was elected into parliament in July 2013 to represent Mazowe West Constituency in the National Assembly. He was reelected... Read More About Kazembe Kazembe
Mashonaland Central Province is one of the ten and Zimbabwe Provinces. It covers the northern mainland of the country and it stretches into to the Zambezi valley and the Mozambican border in the north east. It is dominated by the Shona speaking locals. The capital... Read More About Mashonaland Central