ICT and Cyber Security Minister Cde Supa Mandiwanzira (3rd from right) flanked by Minister Kazembe (in spectacles) and school head Mr shepherd Chingwena to his right, hands over 200 laptops to CZA High School in fulfilment of President Mnangagwa’s pledge

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has fulfilled his pledge of 200 laptops to Centre Zimbabwe Africa (CZA) High School, popularly known as Madzibaba Wimbo School, in Shamva District.

The Minister of ICT and Cyber Security Cde Supa Mandiwanzira has handed over the laptops to the today.

President Mnangagwa made the promise when he visited the school on the 7th of February this year to assess progress in the construction of the school, which started in November 2015 after he made a donation of 90 tonnes cement and $5000 when he was still Vice President.

The school first enrolled on 2 May 2016 with 17 students. Now it has 305 learners – 142 boys, 163 girls, both day scholars and boarders.

According to Mr Chingwena, they enroll children from all over Zimbabwe, with some from South Africa, and not just from their church.

Also present at the handover ceremony was Zanu PF Mashonaland Central provincial chairman Cde Kazembe Kazembe, who is also Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister, government officials, and the school authorities led by the school head Mr Shepherd Chingwena.