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Lupane State University Student Making Waves With #PadAGirl Campaign

Lupane State University Student Making Waves With #PadAGirl Campaign

Gugulethu Dlodlo, the face behind Igugulethu Foundation has made strides in Matebeleland provinces with the #padAGirl campaign targeting to reduce menstrual poverty

Women students dominate at tertiary education institutions

Women students dominate at tertiary education institutions

An analysis of enrolment at institutional level revealed that women dominated in specific faculties such as the arts, education, social studies and social sciences, while men dominated in sciences and technology.

Quality higher education means more than learning how to work

Quality higher education means more than learning how to work

Higher education needs to do more than produce a graduate who can get a job. It should also give graduates a sense of right and wrong and an appreciation for other people’s development.

Varsity students in Covid-19 diagnosis breakthrough

Varsity students in Covid-19 diagnosis breakthrough

Zimbabwe students have designed computer software they say can distinguish ordinary pneumonia from the one caused by Covid-19.

Universities are key to achieving sustainable development

Universities are key to achieving sustainable development

COVID-19 has exposed huge inequalities in higher education, which are far higher in Sub-Saharan African countries. The big divide is the lack of reliable access to data, and until data speeds and coverage are equal, the world will still be divided by those who can

15 lecturers dump UZ in one week over poor wages

15 lecturers dump UZ in one week over poor wages

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.

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Women students dominate at tertiary education institutions

Women students dominate at tertiary education institutions

An analysis of enrolment at institutional level revealed that women dominated in specific faculties such as the arts, education, social studies and social sciences, while men dominated in sciences and technology.

Africa’s student movements: history sheds light on modern activism

Africa’s student movements: history sheds light on modern activism

Today’s student activism and that which came before it share two common traits. One is student protestors’ belief in their own political agency. The other is the fear state authorities have that these groups may, in the words of Ugandan scholar Mahmood Mamdani, act as

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.

Varsity students in Covid-19 diagnosis breakthrough

Varsity students in Covid-19 diagnosis breakthrough

Zimbabwe students have designed computer software they say can distinguish ordinary pneumonia from the one caused by Covid-19.

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)

Universities are key to achieving sustainable development

Universities are key to achieving sustainable development

COVID-19 has exposed huge inequalities in higher education, which are far higher in Sub-Saharan African countries. The big divide is the lack of reliable access to data, and until data speeds and coverage are equal, the world will still be divided by those who can