Forty eight students from the Zimbabwe School of Mines will graduate in Industrial Chaplaincy this year, a school official has said.
Speaking during the ceremony which saw 131 students graduating in various disciplines the CEO of ZMS, Dzingai Tusai, said, ”Scripture Union services have been successfully carried out since the beginning of the year. The school chaplain has been readily available to provide counselling for both staff and students.”
The school is among the first colleges to initiate such a programme which is likely to give rise to religious activities in the industry and mining sector. This is so because there have been concerns that the bible and prayer have since ceased at work places and running of the schools in general.