This will make them the first government schools to teach the Chinese language, local Zimbabwean news outlet iHarare reported.
The schools are expected to start teaching Mandarin from the beginning of next year.
A school head in one of the schools, who could not be named as she was not cleared to talk to the press, said they were also working with the University of Zimbabwe towards introducing Mandarin.
“We expect the technical team to be here by the end of the month. But the plan is that we start teaching the language starting next year,” said the head.
Primary and Secondary Education Ministry’s director of communication and advocacy Mr Taungana Ndoro said, several schools in the…
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