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    Zivhu donates to Maringire Primary School


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    CHIVI - The chairman for Chivi Rural District Council Killer Zivhu urged villagers to work hard for the development of their communities by using whatever resources at their disposal.
    Zivhu said this last Friday at Maringire Primary school in Chivi where he was handing over furniture and a printer he bought for the school where hundreds of people gathered to witness the event.
    The Minister of State for Liaising on Psychomotor Activities in Education and Vocational Training Senator Josaih Hungwe was the guest of honour.
    Zivhu donated 90 chairs and 90 desks, computer and a printer to the school arguably the oldest primary school in the area which established in 1918.
    He also refurbished a block at the school and urged the parents to complete the other blocks which in a sorry state.
    The school blocks now have dangerous cracks that make the learning environment not conducive for pupils.
     "President Mugabe is a man who fights for education in this country, let us fulfill his wish by using our hands and minds in developing our nation through education," said Zivhu.
    Zivhu went on to pledge 50 bags of cement for the renovation of other blocks.
    The headmaster of the school Tyanai Tevera thanked Zivhu for helping the school and the renovation of the block which has turned out to be the face of the school and it has been named after Zivhu.
     "The school has 765 pupils and 21 teachers, there is no accommodation for teachers. The other four blocks have cracks and need renovation," said Tevera.
    He also appealed forr electricity and computers at the school for children to be part and parcel of the ICT world. news
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