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21 Oct 2019 at 16:25hrs | Views
Secondary school students from Chideu, Chigwida, Mukunyadzi, Jaji, Rwiza and Mashiri villages in Mash. Central all go to Chinehasha for their high school education. A very good school indeed, strategically located near plenty water, good grounds and a 'ticking shopping center with clinic'.

The only let down is that Chinehasha Secondary School has no A-level offering. Those doing A-level must trek all the way to Bare or Nzvimbo schools, quite distances, rising before dawn and returning well after sunset.

A-level boys and girls are also fighting a hormonal war of 'horizontal reproductive maturity' that make them prone to adult adventures, something that is exacerbated by sojourns in the dark.

We do not want school dropouts and I am sure no one does. Authorities must seriously consider establishing A-level classes at Chinehasha High. Student catchment area is very long and wide that occupancy is never a challenge.

School grounds and structures are very good providing a very conducive atmosphere for unhindered acquisition of knowledge and academic maturity.

I appeal to the village leadership and provincial authorities to put their heads together and 'put' A-level schooling at Chinehasha. Plenty fresh fish for teachers and a user friendly beer outlet for that deserved rest and swig.

CDF, devolution funds, here is a noble cause and development chance in Mash. Central.

Thomas Tondo Murisa. Chinehasha.

Source - Thomas Tondo Murisa.
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