New Classroom Blocks for Mutsvangwa School

Sharon Chigeza


CHIMANIMANI EAST- In complementing Government efforts to provide adequate
infrastructure and learning facilities,the National Oil Infrastructure Company of Zimbabwe
(NOIC) handed over four refurbished classroom blocks that were destroyed by the
devastating Cyclone Idai at Mutsvangwa Secondary School in Chimanimani.
The classroom refurbishment project and 12 500 exercise book donation cost $136 000.
Officiating at the handover ceremony, Minister of Energy and Power Development, Zhemu
Soda, applauded the kind gesture by NOIC saying it aligned well with President Emmerson
Mnangagwa’s mantra of leaving no one and no place behind in achieving Vision 2030.
“Since its establishment, NOIC has participated in several projects supporting government
initiatives in infrastructural development targeting academic institutions and hospitals. The
support has been rendered mainly in under privileged communities.
“The noble gesture in facilitating access to education by children in less privileged
communities align squarely with our President’s mantra of leaving no one and no place
behind as we journey towards vision 2030,” he said.
Handing over the donation, NOIC board chairman, Engineer Daniel Mackenzie Ncube said it
was their duty to assist Government initiatives in investing in the education of the nation.
“In line with our objective to invest in the education of our nation, we identified Mutsvangwa
Secondary School as an appropriate beneficiary. We believe it is our duty as corporate
entities, particularly those owned by Government, to assist wherever we can,” he said.

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