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The country’s tertiary education system should be one that brings hope for the nation by churning out graduates who can positively impact on the rebuilding of the economy.
The sentiments were echoed by the Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Scince and Technology Development, Professor Amon Murwira during the Reformed Church University’s 3rd graduation ceremony.
Professor Murwira said graduates from the numerous universities should tell us what they can do for the nation using the skills they would have acquired, not us telling them what to do.
“That should become the new norm as Zimbabwe thrives to pull itself from the economic doldrums. Graduates should focus on coming up with innovations that will not just impact of Zimbabwe, but on the whole African continent. Start small to become big, but do it fast. You cannot call yourself a hunter of big game when you have not caught a mouse in your life,” he said.
Professor Murwira added that the government wishes to create a future that is desired by its people using available resources.
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