Students on attachment are set to pay only 60 percent of their tuition fees as the government has cut tuition fees by 40 percent.
Secretary in the Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development, Desire Sibanda said the development will see students on attachment paying 60 percent to cater for supervisory costs and use of college facilities by students.
“This move has been necessitated by the realization that our students are having challenges ergonomically,” said Sibanda.
Details to follow.
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