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Harare Shuts Down Illegal Schools

The Office of the Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and Devolution for Harare Metropolitan Province has requested the conclusion of all unregistered schools that are operating in the region.

In an articulation that was delivered today, the Secretary for Provincial Affairs and Devolution Mr Tafadzwa Muguti said that main 287 schools out of 435 have put forth attempts to regularize their activities following the rush that was sent off on January 17, 2022.


"The Office of the Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and Devolution for Harare Metropolitan Province has over and again energized tuition based schools operating in the Province to guarantee that they completely consent to the Education Act.


"On the seventeenth of January 2022 the Province working with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education sent off a barrage on 435 schools operating illegally in the Province and gave a 30-day notice for these schools to regularize their activities," said Mr Muguti.

The Secretary for Provincial Affairs and Devolution added that it is critical to take note of that the cutoff time was additionally reached out to March 31 2022 by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education.


"Until this point in time, just 287 Schools have effectively applied for licenses and are anticipating to be handled by the Provincial Education Directorate. It is deplorable that we keep on having a few people who look to subvert the rules that everyone must follow specifically the Education Act.


"With this impact all schools operating illegally that neglected to consent since the seventeenth of January 2022 will presently be closure while the Heads and chiefs including board individuals from these schools will be captured for repudiating the Education Act.


"The full rundown of the multitude of unlawful schools will be distributed in the nearby papers and online entertainment," added Mr Muguti.

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