Zimbabwe President Sacks Education Minister After Public Outcry

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has dropped his Primary and Higher Education Minister Lazarus Dokora, a day after reappointing him. Zimbabweans on social media and radio shows slammed Dokora for poor performance and undermining the country's education system.

Photo: The Herald

Former primary and secondary education minister Lazarus Dokora (file photo).

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