University Moves To Displace A Marondera School

About 300 pupils at a Marondera school are likely to be stranded when schools re-open as the Marondera University of Agriculture Science and Technology (MuASt) intends to build its campus at the school.

A few months ago, university security officials locked out teachers from Chivese Primary School until the government intervened.

The Standard was told that a meeting was held in Marondera where the varsity insisted the school was built on its land.


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An anonymous official from the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education told the Standard that there was a deadlock. Said the official:

During the meeting, it came out that there is a wrangle between Marondera Municipality and Marondera Rural District Council as to who owns the land.

Efforts to get a comment from Mashonaland East provincial education director Annatoria Ncube were fruitless as her mobile phone was not being answered.

More: The Standard

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University Moves To Displace A Marondera School