Two ministers have presented papers to students at the Zimbabwe Staff College as part of the ongoing process to educate the military on government programmes.
The Minister of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Dr Joseph Made and the Minister of Rural Development, Preservation and Promotion of Culture and Heritage Cde Abednico Ncube made presentations to students at the Zimbabwe Staff College in Harare.
In an interview after the presentation, Dr Made urged farmers to promote the culture of saving in order to fund their farming operations.
In another interview at the staff college, Minister Abednico Ncube said it is important for every citizen to preserve culture and heritage.
The Zimbabwe Staff College invites senior government officials and other strategic partners to give students an insight of their operations.
The course is attended by representatives from the local uniformed forces, military personnel from South Africa, Nigeria, Zambia and other countries in the SADC region.