Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Mop-up registration for Zimsec candidates

The Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council is running a one-week mop-up registration for the November O-level and A-level examinations to catch late entries from examination centres, after regular registration closed last Friday.

This comes after Zimsec sent a circular to all examination centres on January 31 detailing examination fees for the June and November examinations, and the closing dates.

November O and A-level examination registration closed on April 14, but now Zimsec has announced that there is a last chance from May 8 to May 12 to allow centres to ensure that all their candidates have been registered for the November examinations.

“Examination registration fees during that window are pegged according to the normal registration,” Zimsec said.

“The registration fees are accepted in the currency parents and guardians are comfortable paying in. For parents who wish to pay in Zimbabwe dollars, payments will be made at the prevailing exchange rate which will be communicated on Friday May 5.

“Payments for the examination fees should not be paid directly into Zimsec accounts by individual parents. Candidates or parents should make payments to the centre of registration for forward remission to Zimsec.”

Zimsec said the window period was open only for individual candidates who would have failed to meet the April 14 deadline and not for whole centres.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Celeb Gossip

And the first question that runs in your mind when you here this is, who is the father? Pokello has of late been rumored...


A house near Globe and Phoenix Mine in Kwekwe has been “swallowed” by a mine tunnel. According to the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry...


In a horrifying case of family violence, two innocent children were stoned to death along with their 81-year-old grandfather at Mhari Village in Bikita...


Mystery surrounds the whereabouts of the controversial self styled whistle-blower, Susan Mutami following an eletric period of exposing ZANU PF President Emmerson Mnangagwa and...


KUNZWANA Women’s Association director, Sekayi Wade, has been accused of embezzling about US$200 000 from funds donated by a German NGO. The funds were...


Following a miscommunication over the rent for their shared flat, a woman from HARARE collaborated with a friend to assault her mother with a...


South Africa has extended the validity of Zimbabwean Exemption Permits (ZEP) by a further six months, to allow the holders to apply for one...


New standard plastic driver’s licences linked to a database will soon replace the metal licences still being issued so Zimbabwean licences will be scanable...