Bulawayo Needs 25 New Primary Schools To Curb Overcrowding At Existing Schools – Report

Bulawayo Metropolitan Province reportedly needs 25 new schools to curb overcrowding issues that have seen most schools resorting to hot sitting for them to cater for all students the Chronicle reports.

This was revealed by Housing and Community services assistant director Mrs Thumamina Khumalo who said:

The city is in dire need of more schools to eradicate the challenges associated with hot sitting. My education officers estimated that we need around 25 new schools with Emganwini, Pumula South and Cowdray Park being the most affected. We pray for the economic situation to improve and access to the Public Sector Investment Programme (PSIP) funding in achieving this goal.

More: The Chronicle




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