The books were sourced by the Science and Technology minister and Budiriro MP, Professor Heneri Dzinotyiwei from the government of South Korea. Hon. Tsvangirai said the inclusive government was committed in investing in the youth through education.
The signing of the Global Political Agreement (GPA) in 2008 has seen the economy stabilising. As a result more foreign investors are showing a keen interest in investing in the country and we hope this will go a long way in creating employment for the youths, he said.
He also said they was need to follow the development taking place in South Korea, which has seen the country being the rated the 8th strongest economy in the world. The Korean government also gave the five schools, which are run by the Harare City Council, shelves and tables.
The event, which took place at Budiriro Three primary school, was attended by thousands of school children from the five primary schools, senior government officials who included Professor Dzinotyiwei, Water Development and Resources minister, Hon. Samuel Sipepa Nkomo, National Housing minister, Hon. Giles Mutsekwa, deputy Information and Publicity minister, Hon. Murisi Zvizvai.
Also present was the Mayor of Harare, Muchadeyi Masunda and several councillors, Korean ambassador, Do Young-Shim and the South Korean business delegation.Post published in: News