Parents whose children are failing to access their Cambridge Ordinary and Advanced Level Examination results from ILSA College have expressed disappointment over the institution’s failure to avail results four days after they were released.
In a case suspected to be a result of gross inefficiency and possible misappropriation of funds, a local private academic and professional college ILSA situated in Harare’s avenues area is yet to avail Ordinary and Advanced Level Cambridge results to its students four days after they were announced.

When ZBC News visited the colleges’ premises students and parents were milling around waiting for answers which were not coming.

Parents who spoke to ZBC News off-camera expressed anger in the manner which ILSA College has been handling its affairs and accused the institution’s authorities of misappropriating funds.

They said the situation is inconveniencing their children who intend to go further with their studies.

In an interview with ZBC News the Institution’s principal, Mr. Oscar Chavani said the college had encountered reconciliation challenges adding that the problem will be rectified.

It is reported that on Tuesday, parents were fuming at the college’s premises asking for answers and were told to come the following day, an excuse which they received on Wednesday and Thursday.

However, observers have questioned how an institution can have examination fees arrears when all candidates pay in cash before writing.