kunonga og.jpgYouths from across the country have been called upon to emulate the country’s living and fallen nationalists in committing themselves towards safeguarding the country’s heritage as well as being proud of their African identity.
With the African continent facing the threat of neo-colonialism, the country’s citizens have been challenged to remain resolute in defending their heritage and strive to contribute towards socio-economic development.

In a speech during the 2011 St John’s High School Prize giving ceremony, guest of honor Archbishop of the Anglican Church of the Province of Zimbabwe, Dr. Nolbert Kunonga urged Zimbabwean youths to become Afro centric and strive to protect the country’s heritage.

With an overall Advanced Level pass rate of 94%, St John’s High School Chikwaka was among the best performing schools in the Goromonzi district during the 2010 academic year.

The School’s Headmaster, Mr. Fanuel Gaza however bemoaned shortage of staff accommodation at the school.

Several pupils who excelled in their studies were honored at the ceremony and walked away with various prizes including textbooks, food hampers and other accolades.

The Speech and Prize giving ceremony was attended by Chikwaka District leadership, head masters from neighboring schools, parents and members of staff.