Zimbabwe students have designed computer software they say can distinguish ordinary pneumonia from the one caused by Covid-19.
Meet Bulawayo’s fast rising businessman and recipient of the Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award (2019).
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 learn and those who can’t.
Here is Danny Marandure, CEO of ZOL. Find out how he made it to the top.
I had never understood the value of time until the day I became a mother trying to balance studies and motherhood. Every minute was as precious as every penny earned. Time lost meant skipping a lecture and staying up late to catch up. The trick for me was to create a routine and be consistent
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.
For far too long, impunity, silence and stigma have allowed violence against women to escalate to pandemic proportions—one in three women worldwide experience gender-based violence. The time for change is here and now
Zimbabwe’s tertiary institutions with engineering and technology capacity are on the frontlines in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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