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Zimbabwean Education Delegation Taken On A Tour Of The Sci-Bono Discovery Centre in Johannesburg By The Sunday Express, IOL and The Herald This week South Africa and Zimbabwe signed a high-level bi-lateral Basic Education agreement which will enhance the cooperation between the two countries' primary and secondary education sectors. In the main proceedings of the two-day visit South Africa's Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga and Deputy Minister and the Zimbabwean Minister of Primary and Secondary Education in Zimbabwe, Dr Evelyn Ndlovu met officials including the Ambassador of Zimbabwe to South Africa Mr Hamadziripi. Mrs O Kaira, Chief Director: Primary and Secondary Education in Zimbabwe presented an overview of the Zimbabwean primary and secondary education system. The purpose of the visit is to sign a bilateral agreement, the implementation of which will include the sharing of best practice and experiences through technical exchanges between the two countries. In giving an overview of the basic education system in South Africa, the Director-General of the Department of Basic Education, Mr Hubert Mweli said the agreement was for sharing of technical aspects in education. On Thursday the delegation visited the Sci-Bono Discovery Centre in Johannesburg. The purpose of the visit was to