At least 5 000 Advanced Level students funded by the Higher
and Tertiary Education ministry through the Zimbabwe Manpower
Development Fund (Zimdef) risk failing to sit for their examinations
amid claims that the government has failed to pay for their exam fees.
The students, who are specialising in science, technology,
engineering and mathematics (Stem) a government programme meant to...
Published By: newsdzezimbabwe - 4 days ago
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