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How Andrew Chikomba went from small ICT consultant to big tech entrepreneur

How Andrew Chikomba went from small ICT consultant to big tech entrepreneur

Meet Bulawayo's fast rising businessman and recipient of the Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award (2019).

Find a Problem and Carve a Solution – Blessing Phiri

Find a Problem and Carve a Solution – Blessing Phiri

Man is nothing else but what he makes of himself, and that's exactly how life has played out for Blessing Phiri (@blessingphiri_ ) , an entrepreneur and Mechatronics undergraduate student at Chinhoyi University of Technology (CUT)

Denny Marandure, ZOL CEO: Man on a Mission

Denny Marandure, ZOL CEO: Man on a Mission

Here is Danny Marandure, CEO of ZOL. Find out how he made it to the top.

Mozambican Cambridge student launches vegan beauty brand for black skin

Mozambican Cambridge student launches vegan beauty brand for black skin

Mozambican entrepreneur Celmira Amade uses rare plant extracts from the Olacaceae family that are only found in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Madagascar in her products

Namibian learner invents SIM-free mobile phone, which doesn’t use airtime

Namibian learner invents SIM-free mobile phone, which doesn’t use airtime

Source: This Is Africa A Namibian Grade 12 learner Simon Petrus is making waves after he invented a mobile phone, with no sim-card, which uses radio signals and doesn’t require airtime to make calls. According to New Era, Petrus, who is a learner at Abraham

ZINASU CALLS ON PRIVATE SECTOR TO GIVE VACATION JOBS TO STUDENTS

ZINASU CALLS ON PRIVATE SECTOR TO GIVE VACATION JOBS TO STUDENTS

Due to failure to pay fees, a lot of students are dropping out of college. This has prompted ZINASU to implore the private sector to give jobs to students during the winter vacation so that they can raise money

Campus Moments Magazine

DECEMBER 2021 ISSUE

Zimbabwe's best Higher Education magazine loaded with news, analysis, data, insights, advice and profiles.

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Youngest medical student in Africa’s heart set on cardiology

Youngest medical student in Africa’s heart set on cardiology

Zimbabwean student Taida Mapara enrolled at the University of Malawi College of Medicine at the tender age of 14 but, due to COVID-19, she had to delay her studies until February 2021. She recently turned 16.

10 BEST EXAM PREPARATION TIPS: DURING THE LOCK-DOWN

10 BEST EXAM PREPARATION TIPS: DURING THE LOCK-DOWN

These Best 10 Exam Preparation tips will help all Zimbabwean students during the lock down.

Video: Catholic varsity students explain use of sex herbs in marriages

They were part of the of students drawn from various tertiary institutions in the country who converged at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Bulawayo under the banner of government iniatated Research and Intellectual Outputs-Science, Engineering and Technology (Rio-Set) to showcase innovative

5 Things to Have on Your Resume by Final Year

5 Things to Have on Your Resume by Final Year

Dear Part IV’s You might not want to believe it, but senior year is upon you. It all feels a little surreal right now, —everyone is scrambling to find a job, juggling schoolwork and trying to squeeze in every last possible bit of fun before entering

Write a Winning CV in 7 Simple Steps [Infographic]

Write a Winning CV in 7 Simple Steps [Infographic]

Despite changes in technology, your resume remains an important part of a job search.  That’s why we spend so much time stressing over getting it just right. We read article after article, talk to numerous professionals, and even pay professional resume writing services all to

HOW TO START A STUDENT SOCIETY

HOW TO START A STUDENT SOCIETY

STARTING a student soci­ety can be a great way to meet new people, have some fun and boost your CV. However, you can’t just start one just like that. You’ve got to go through the right motions and tick the right boxes first.