Cyclone Idai struck Zimbabwe last year in March causing massive destruction which saw water defying mountains resulting in loss of life and significant damage to infrastructure, crops and livestock. As the nation reflects on the devastating natural disaster of cyclone Idai, Zuva petroleum have donated furniture to five primary schools in Chimanimani namely Hotsprings, Tonhorai, Ndima, Charleswood and Gwindingwe. This is a follow up to an initial one hundred-thousand-dollar donation last year into schools by the company in an effort to mitigate the effects of the cyclone in schools.
Speaking during the handover ceremony in Mutare, the company’s Chief Operations Officer Zwelithini Mlotshwa said the effects of the cyclone still linger to date and as a corporate they are concerned.
Charleswood primary school Headmaster Godfrey Mandega expressed gratitude for the good gesture which will go a long way in rehabilitating the schools and provide a better schooling environment which is in line with the new curriculum.
These tables and chairs will improve a lot of handwriting skills and boost confidence as the environment contributes towards the final product that we produce within these learning institutions