42 000 varsity students drop out due to fees: ZINASU

6 years agoThu, 12 Jan 2017 07:16:38 GMT
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42 000 varsity students drop out due to fees: ZINASU

The Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) have revealed that more than 42 000 tertiary students have dropped out or deferred after facing challenges in paying school fees.  ZINASU  also called on the government to avail loan facilities that were promised by Minister of Higher Education, Jonathan Moyo.  They fee that this facility will go a long way in ensuring that students are able to finance their education costs.

In a memo ZINASU Secretary General, Makomborero Haruziviishe said:

It is high time as students we put an end to the massive deferments and school dropouts which currently account for the absence of 42 000 students from class due to exorbitant tuition fees.

It is time we put to a stop to students who are on attachment working without allowances despite paying full school fees.

… there is no justification for anyone to deny students their inalienable right to education,

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