School of Mines warns stakeholders of scammers

Edwin Gwaze

The Zimbabwe School of Mines (ZSM) has warned prospective applicants of scammers masquerading as ZSM officials soliciting bribes to “facilitate” a place for a study for the 2024 academic year stating that the School does not take any money outside tuition fees and does not have agents.

A public notice issued by the ZSM Principal Mr Edwin Gwaze, warned of a certain Oscar Mpofu who has been taking US$100 bribe from unsuspecting prospective students.

“It has come to the attention of Zimbabwe School of Mines that there is an Oscar Mpofu ID Number 73-127786X23 contactable on 00263783040121 masquerading as Zimbabwe School of Mines Official demanding US$100 from applicants to facilitate a place of study for the 2024 academic year.

“The school advises that it does not have an agent and does not charge any money outside the stipulated tuition fees to secure a place of study.

See Also

“Anyone who has been contacted by Oscar Mpofu or any other persons soliciting for bribes or purporting to be representing Zimbabwe School of Mines should contact the School on +263782788815 or the Principal on +263775939620”.

According to its website, the Zimbabwe School of Mines is a bold, ambitious leader, and centre of excellence in mining. It is highly regarded by the Mining industry for producing talented mine engineers, and professionals with strong work ethics. Students will learn from some of the best lecturers in the field and experience hands-on learning opportunities that prepare them to step easily into their first mining job.

Scroll To Top
error: Content is protected !!