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Dudley Hall teacher tipped to win educationist award

by BustopTV

By Trevor Makonyonga
A grade 7 teacher at Dudley Hall School in Norton, who had 42 students getting 5 units in this year’s grade 7 examinations, has been nominated for the best educator of the year’s award at the Norton achievers awards to be held at Pakare Paye.
The Teacher, Lameck Matandavare, whose class had 42 of the 50 students who scored 5 units at Dudly Hall School left the remaining grade, 7 classes, sharing a paltry 8 students of the total number.
The awards ceremony will be held on December 21 and will see Matandavare seeking to win against two other teachers, Shasha Chitsvare and Tendai Matambo.
Matandavare is the favourite to win as the fete he reached is quite a milestone and very few teachers can achieve that.
The awards ceremony will see a host of awards being handed out.
Another award that is set to be tightly contested has writer, Alec Kaposa battling with poet Takudzwa “VaChikepe” Chikepe and musician Ashton “Mbeu” Nyahora for the best male arts personality of the year.
VaChikepe’s nomination elated him to the extent of his posting on his social media insinuating that he did not expect it.
In a post, VaChikepe wrote, “Among the best of this year. Growth, Only by God’s hand.”
In the female category, poet Linda Gabriel squares off against Black Spirits’ Fiona Gwena and Talent Muchengwa.
The late national hero Oliver Mtukudzi will be honoured with a lifetime achievement award alongside Rapil Govan and Kenneth Bepswa.
Other categories include Miners of the year, Farmers of the year, School of the year, Educationist of the year, companies of the year and medical facility of the to mention among others.
The ceremony was organized by Member of Parliament, Temba Peter Mliswa’s office.

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