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The privatisation issue as a blatant shift from missionary work to a mercenary agenda - involving a few church elements, seeking self aggrandisement By Nhamo Muchagumisa On 15 September 2021 - at around 0900 - throngs of people from Muchena Community flooded the main entrance into St. Augustine's Mission in Penhalonga - in a demonstration against the proposed privatisation of the school. The demonstration was peaceful, punctuated by dancing, singing, chanting, and the waving of placards. The people of Muchena Area view the privatisation issue as a blatant shift from missionary work to a mercenary agenda involving a few church elements, seeking self aggrandisement. They view the mission project as a community element that mutated into a national project as the establishment increased in popularity, hence they feel entitled to make their position clear about the imminent commercialisation of the school. The crowd comprised people whose children are enrolled at Little St. Augustine Primary School and St.