The Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Senator Monica Mutsvangwa, has called for education reforms for a better breed of students.

The minister gave an insight on the strides being made by government towards the initiative as she addressed parents and students in Chimanimani where she was the guest of honor at Mutambara Secondary Mission’s prize giving day on Friday.

“This country has all it takes to stand on its feet, but, there is need to groom students who are able to utilise their education towards innovation and production in the country, government has already introduced innovation hubs in our state universities so that we produce students who are creative and self-sufficient,” she said.

Government last year availed USD$15 million for the construction of innovation hubs in six universities and infrastructural overhaul of the Higher and Tertiary Education sector.

Senator Mutsvangwa guaranteed those present that measures were being taken by the President Emmerson Mnangagwa led government to revive the economy as it was committed towards the fight against corruption.

“The Second Republic ushered in by President Mnangagwa is committed towards eradicating corruption in this country through the empowerment of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) but it is everyone role to report and fight corruption within your own spheres of influence.”