On the Cover : uBabes we Swagg ,Aremokeng Swene. Contents : Lifestyle news: Focus Inspiration:Engineer par excellence, visionary, leader: Donald Mjonono. Campus Voices Read the whole digital magazine below:
History was made since the founding of the University of Zimbabwe in 1953 when 18-year-old academically-gifted Maud Chifamba graduated with a Bachelor of Accountancy Honours yesterday. She was among 3 667 graduates from nine faculties and the College of Health Sciences who were capped by President Mugabe at the institution of higher learning. As of […]
TO ALL NUST STUDENTS: (27 September) 2016 Graduation Ceremony, 4th November, 2016 Calling for Volunteer Student Ushers for the 2016 Graduation Ceremony. If interested, please visit the Career Guidance & Employment Office for registration: • Registration begins : 28th September, 2016 • Registration closes : 30th September, 2016 • Venue : Office # WG7 and WG8, […]
Bloating. Bad breath. Farts. Turns you on, right? WRONG. CAUTION: Hot Chips, Beans, Indian foods, Spicy foods, may decrease sexual appetite, cause embarrassment and discomfort
The album titled ‘PaChinhoyi’ seeks to advance the idea of togetherness and celebrates the beauty of African resorts among other issues.
CUT15 is an Afropop music group based at CUT which started last year when students and staff came together and record a track titled ‘Beautiful Zimbabwe’. Watch the video and tell us what you think!!!
ATTENTION MEDICAL STUDENTS: Share your insights and experiences you have gained as a medical student by submitting an essay, poem or reflection. These will be published in a Medical Anthology Book, so grab this chance now.>>http://opportunitydesk.org/2016/09/18/submit-story-entries-for-medical-student-anthology/
by Neddy Makonza | NUST-ZW THE most embarrassing thing to do is tell someone about your manhood. Can you however live with telling someone about the disability of your manhood? This can happen if you feel excruciating pain around your groin area and decide to be strong and not seek help. Testicular torsion is a […]
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.
FOR INSPIRATION, meet Jacob Manyang, a South Sudanese student who is changing lives back home despite growing up in a war zone.