According to the centreâ€™s administrative manager Amos Matewere, ABE set aside 50 slots for African students and that the four were selected for being among the first to register with the examining body.
â€œABE introduced a competition in which accredited institutions such as the Management Development Centre were asked to encourage students to register in time and Africa was allocated 50 places.
â€œIt is exciting to note that out of 50 places in Africa, our centre has produced four awardees, it is not a mean achievement considering the stiff competition and we are proud of our students,â€ said Matewere.
The four lucky students who have been recognised by the United Kingdom-based association are Chifuniro Fungatira, Henry Dzinkambani, Albert Mituka and Joseph Shadreck Chawinga.
â€œI am pleased to inform you that four of your new students have won $100 as part of our â€˜Win Â£100 Africa Promotionâ€™, which will be credited to their ABE account,â€ reads a communication from ABEâ€™s business development and marketing manager Ivonne Ghirardello.
Matewere said the arrangement is that the money would be given to the students through the payments of some services such as examination fees.
He also disclosed that in December,Â ABE accredited MDC to run postgraduate diploma courses which he said only shows the confidence the examining body has in the centre.