Gvt Sets Record Straight On O’, A’ Level Examinations
The government has dismissed reports that have been that have been circulating on different social media platform that Ordinary and Advanced Level examinations will be affected the the Anti-Sanctions march scheduled for Friday in the capital after the day was declared a SADC Solidarity Day public holiday.
Most students would have started writing their final examination come Friday.
In a press statement, Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, Professor Paul Mavima, said examinations will go ahead as per their time table.
“School heads, principals, invigilators and those involved in running the examinations should ensure that all candidates report to their respective examination centers as per their timetables,” read the statement.
SADC leaders recently resolved to reserve October 25, as the day all 16-member states conduct activities to jointly call for the “immediate” lifting of sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe.
The position was communicated by the regional body’s executive secretary, Dr Stergomena Lawrence Tax, as she read out the communique to mark the end of the 39th Ordinary Summit of the SADC Heads of State and Government in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania recently.