Zimsec released a circular announcing that the June examinations have been pushed forward by 4 weeks pending advice about the reopening of schools by the government.
This comes after the Zim level 2 lockdown commenced and schools labelled non essential. The government directed that all schools should remained closed.
The new dates for the examinations are yet to be issued. Reviewed examination dates will be issued out as soon as confirmation of reopening of schools is announced said Zimsec.
However some schools have resorted to online learning, but not every student can afford the fees. The government also directed that no school should be demanding second term school fees.