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Tugwane High School head, Sebastian Chinyoka

Brighton Chiseva

– Three female teachers at Tugwane High School are shining bright and have set a new record at the school with a clear dominance over the 2017 'O' level examination results.
The three shining stars are Geography teacher Edina Madobhie, Paidamoyo Zinyoro of Religious Studies as well as Sinthisiwe Gudyanga who teaches Agriculture.
In her subject area, Madobhie produced 15 As, 26 Bs and 19 Cs while Zinyoro has 14 As, 11 Bs and 11 Cs. On her part, Gudyanga also prides herself in producing 10 As, 23 Bs and 12 Cs.
Tugwane High School head, Sebastian Chinyoka said he was pleased by the pacesetters, saying the female teachers had done the school proud by proving that women too can be on top.
"These three ladies have made us proud. I want to thank and urge them to continue with their hard work. Their immense efforts and contribution to the growth of our school brand will never go unnoticed," said Chinyoka.
He said all the teachers were working hard and were equally committed to the improvement of the pass rate as well as the quality of the passes.
"We are happy with the level of dedication that our teachers and all members of staff are demonstrating to make Tugwane High School an epitome of academic excellence. We appreciate their hard work," Chinyoka said.
Outstanding pupils who made their mark in the 2017 Tugwane High School 'A' level classes include Oscar Mabambe with 7 As and one B, Petronella Mashayanyika with 4 As and 6 Bs and Munyaradzi Matose with 4 As and 2

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