Some of the worst affected include the Faculty of Social Studies, which has seen some high-profile departures, among them long-serving constitutional law lecturer Greg Linington and leading professors Donald Chimanikire and Hasu Patel.
Prof Zvobgo hailed the development saying the radio station will revolutionise learning at GZU during the Covid-19 era, which calls for social distancing.
Zimbabwe’s tertiary institutions with engineering and technology capacity are on the frontlines in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The GZU Campus radio station stands as a colossal testimony of the role that academic institutions ought to play in the social transformation agenda of our nation, indeed through social innovation.”
by Trinity Mapendere| Midlands State University, ZW Midlands State University is not slowing down on its vision of being among the top Universities in the African continent, as it successfully hosted the 9th Pan African Debate Championships 2016. Dubbed ‘Madzimbabwe’ drawing its title from the Ancient Great Zimbabwe ruins which are the pride of our national […]
NUST MARKETING student and Bulawayo contestant Ashley Morgen has been crowned Miss Tourism Zimbabwe 2016. Morgen got her crown at a glamorous event held at the Rainbow Towers Hotel and Conference Centre on Friday. Nonhlanhla Dube also named Miss Agro Tourism and Shirley-Ann Lindsey, Miss City Tourism were the princesses. Morgen walked away with a […]
#BREAKINGNEWS | DEVELOPING STORY OVER 700 STUDENTS WITH OUTSTANDING FEES BALANCES LIKELY TO BE FORCED TO DEFER EITHER ALL STUDENTS WRITE, OR ALL STUDENT MISS EXAMS: SRC DECLARES Over 700 students are likely not to write exams and will be forced to defer due to outstanding fees balances, said the Student Representative Council Spokesperson, Costa […]
Competing against teams from over 50 countries, the MSU Generations for Peace Club emerged as winners in the sustainability category at the Generations for Peace Samsung Advanced Training Awards Certification ceremony held in Amman, Jordan, on the 26th of October 2016.
By Staff Reporter | NUST-ZW | @campusmoments13(twitter) THE majority of SRC members have registered their discontent with President Terrence Shoko’s move to appoint the student executive board. In a provisional document addressed to the Dean of Students for intervention in possession of Campus Moments, the incumbent nine out of 13 SRC councillors, challenged the legitimacy […]
Following the elections for the Student Representative Council President and Vice-President held on Thursday, 13 October 2016, the results were as follows: PRESIDENT Shoko Terency – Department of Finance VICE-PRESIDENT Masuku Dumisani – Department of Chemical Engineering ELECTIONS FOR THE 13 STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS Following the election of the thirteen (13) Student Representative […]