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Minister Emphasises Heritage-Based Innovations

Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development, Professor Amon Murwira has called on educational institutions to focus on heritage based innovation in solving the country's problems. Speaking at the Great Dyke Career Fair held at Gresham grounds in Zvishavane on 23 March 2018, Prof. Murwira said education should play a transformative role in uplifting and empowering the people.

"We want a Zimbabwe that's proud and which uses knowledge for the gain of its people. I am. Looking forward to a new generation of Zimbabweans who will take this country to prosperity. Let's learn and learn. We are the masters of our own future," said the Minister

Over 2000 high school students were gathered at Gresham school grounds, Mandava for the fair, representing over twenty schools

At the same event, the Zvishavane community has applauded HIT Alumni Zariro Manzungu for installing the town’s first traffic lights. Manzungu graduated in 2012 with a degree in Electronic Engineering from HIT and is currently engaged with Ya FM, a Zvishavane based community radio station as the Chief Engineer. He said he started working on his robotics project during his part two studies at HIT.