Students at Gweru Poly have complained about a meatless diet they are being given at the institution.
The students are no longer being served meat in the Dining Hall and have to be satisfied with vegeteran and vegan meals.
A student who spoke to Sunday News on condition of anonymity said students are now being served Sadza every day.
Said the student:
We are now eating sadza seven days a week during both lunchtime and dinner and this kind of menu is expected at high schools, not at tertiary level.
Everything has gone wrong from both the facilities and services but these are not things we can protest against but the responsible authorities should work on it and come up with possible solutions.
Gweru Polytechnic principal Washington Chandiwana confirmed the development citing the harsh economic environment as a factor.
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