A Gweru parent has expressed anger towards the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education after a school where his child is enrolled wrote a letter requesting $1.50 for Civvies Day.
The letter was signed by one Gutuza P., the Headteacher at Matongo Primary School in Gweru. The letter, dated 18 June 2019, reads:
The Ministry has asked schools to have a Civvies day in support of Youth Games and District Prize Giving on 21/02/29. Each child should pay $1.50 on Friday.
In response, the parent told the school Head that he does not have the money and the Ministry should avail the $1.50.
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The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education is a government organ which administers the country's Primary and Secondary education sector in Zimbabwe. It has various organs administered by different personnel and this includes the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council. The ministry is overseen by Cabinet of... Read More About Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education
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