The 2022 edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) has opened with hopes the week long extravaganza draws both visitors and global attention to the programmes and services offered by the largest Ministry in the country.
The Ministry which is exhibiting under the theme “Competence-based curriculum: Enhancing value chains for Economic Development through Re-thinking, Re-imagining and Re-inventing” is showcasing various artifacts made by learners from across the country and using the exhibition as an opportunity to get feedback on how to improve service delivery to their stakeholders.
As usual the Ministry stand is already attracting a lot of interest with an increased number of visitors recorded on Day One this year compared to 2021. Our exhibitors addressed several issues including Continuous Assessment Learning Activities (CALA), school fees, curriculum review and no objection letters among others.
With the fair running till the 30th of April, it is expected that more and more visitors will throng the Ministry’s beautifully designed stand to access services and have all their concerns addressed.