“Hot from the studio here’s a glimpse of Jah Prayzah’s STEM video & a link to the full monty!” announced Moyo on his twitter account.
Last week, Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa said Government is finalizing the STEM Policy Strategy for 2016–2026, with the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development coordinating.
“A major aspect of this Strategy that Treasury is considering supporting is the long overdue National Skills Survey, given that the last Survey was done way back in 1982, ” he said.
Under the STEM initiative, US$2.8 million was disbursed through the Zimbabwe Development Fund (ZIMDEF) towards the payment of first and second term school fees for around 5 132 A-level students, studying Mathematics, Physics, Biolog, and Chemistry.
“The gender distribution of the total enrolled students on the STEM initiative was 3 347 (65%) male students, and 1 785 (35%) female students” added Chinamasa.