GWAMBE Secondary School in Bulilima District is holding onto November 2015 ZIMSEC Ordinary Level results for pupils over a textbook which parents say was allegedly misplaced by a teacher. Disgruntled parents said that school authorities had ordered each child to pay $5 to get their results. The school had only one copy of the missing agriculture book.Makabongwe Tshuma, whose child’s results have not been released, said pupils were not allowed to take the textbook in question home as there was only one copy. She said the agriculture teacher misplaced the textbook and they were being ordered to pay for it. The children weren’t allowed access to that book as the whole class had one copy. -The Chronicle.