Dr Muresherwa elected NASH chair


MASVINGO-Veteran educationist and administrator’s star continues to rise, as Dr Edison Muresherwa has been elected the chairperson of the prestigious National Association of Secondary Heads for Masvingo Province.

Dr Muresherwa was elected recently at an annual general meeting held at Urban Lifestyles Hotel in Clipsham, Masvingo City.

“I feel very honoured to be entrusted with running such an important organisation in the education sector in our country.

“It is an honour that one cannot resist and a once in a lifetime opportunity that cannot be missed.

“I pay tribute to my fellow heads for giving me the opportunity to lead at such as high level, I promise not to disappoint them, the organisation is in very safe hands,” Dr Muresherwa told The Midweek Watch.

He takes over from Mr Mawundu of Chikwengwere Secondary School in Gutu.

Dr Muresherwa leads an executive of five members with Christopher Shiri from Hlezani Secondary in Mwenezi being the vice chairman, the treasurer is Rhoda Makhaza from Odzi High School in Bikita, the secretary is Abel Kadivirire from Ndahwi High in Gutu District and the vice secretary is Thompson Charambira from Jichidza High School.

NASH Masvingo Province has a member ship of 369 secondary school.

Dr Mushererwa is also the chairperson of Mashoko Christian schools heads and a holder of PhD Degree from the University of the Free State.

He also holds the following degrees and diplomas from various universities in Zimbabwe (i) MSc [HRM], (ii) M.Ed. [EAPPS], (iii) MBA, (iv) B. Com [HRM], (v) B. Ed [Geo], (vi) HND [HRM], (vii) PGF [Project Planning Monitoring & Evaluation], (viii) Diploma   in Training Management. (ix) Diploma in Pastoral Studies, (×) Diploma in Education [Secondary].

It is on the basis of these credentials and his 33 years of teaching experience, 27 of which as a school head that Dr. Muresherwa believes he has what it takes to be at the helm of this important institution in the education system of Zimbabwe, and in particular, Masvingo Province.

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