Students still face discrimination and other hurdles to completing their studies.
Author: Tafadzwa Evans Muranganwa
Tafadzwa Evans Muranganwa is a freelance journalist based in Harare, Zimbabwe. He is also a radio producer and presenter for Radio VOP. He covers humanitarian, gender, agriculture, internet governance, arts, and culture issues. He aims to highlight the issues of those who are usually excluded from media coverage.
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