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Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education is hosting a Webinar on Online Teaching for Computer Science and Engineering Faculty on 29 July 2021, 1000-1200hrs. https://www.zimche.ac.zw/blog/webinar-on-online-teaching-for-computer-science-and-engineering-faculty/
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Well done ZIMCHE for meticulously showcasing universities' academic qualitative hard work countrywide👩‍🎓.
Absolutely horrible! They only seem to have time to update their facebook account. Emails and calls go unanswered. If you need something done by them please dont hold your breath! Even after paying for a service they take their time doing Lord knows what else! Organizations like these are exactly whats wrong with Zimbabwe. The absolute epitome of poor service!
I wanted to check with ZIMCHE whether UNICAF is an acc
redited intstitution with you. I want to do a Doctorate in Business Administration.
What's the physical address of Zimche
Do mature students doing undergraduate studies need to also do attachment. Considering they are already employed though not necessarily in the departments for their course. Leaving employment for a year to do internship would be financial su***de. Please advise
We want to register a university in Zimbabwe what are the requirements
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The Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education (ZIMCHE) is a quality assurance agency.The mandate of ZIMCHE is to promote and coordinate education provided by institutions of higher education and to act as a regulator.

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17/07/2021

Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education is hosting a Webinar on Online Teaching for Computer Science and Engineering Faculty on 29 July 2021, 1000-1200hrs. https://www.zimche.ac.zw/blog/webinar-on-online-teaching-for-computer-science-and-engineering-faculty/

Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education is hosting a Webinar on Online Teaching for Computer Science and Engineering Faculty on 29 July 2021, 1000-1200hrs. https://www.zimche.ac.zw/blog/webinar-on-online-teaching-for-computer-science-and-engineering-faculty/

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Norman Matara on Twitter “We have lost a great Professor of Medicine, a teacher, researcher, and above all a humble and good person. This is a huge loss for the nation. Go well Prof, your contribution to science and medicine will forever be invaluable. 💔”

04/12/2020

Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting Services

Fanfare and procession, watch... #UZgraduation

04/12/2020

Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting Services

The President and Chancellor of the UZ is now capping and conferring degrees and awards to graduands.

04/12/2020

Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting Services

The President and Chancellor of the UZ is now capping and conferring degrees and awards to graduands.

04/12/2020

Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting Services

We are at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) for the blended virtual graduation ceremony and presentation of graduands to H.E the President and Chancellor of the UZ.

04/12/2020

Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting Services

H.E President Mnangagwa has officially opened the Art Design and Technology Complex at the University of Zimbabwe, a project that had stalled since 2004. VC Prof Paul Mapfumo thanked President Mnangagwa for prioritising the project, resulting in the completion of the complex in under 24 months.

04/12/2020

Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting Services

A total of 4959 graduands are receiving various degrees, diplomas and awards from the UZ, 54% are females. A further 7414 graduands from associate colleges and institutions around the country are also graduating virtually.

04/12/2020

ZBC News Online

UZ Graduation

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Deaf Zimbabwe Trust on Twitter

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twitter.com “#Groundbreaking These 4 Deaf ladies graduated from @WUAZIM with Diplomas in Social Work. @DeafZimTrust provided them with note taking & sign language interpretation. They are the first cohort of Deaf Social Workers in 🇿🇼. @kubatana @OSISA @capitalkfm @ColinAllenAM @AsieduEdmund”

23/11/2020

Midlands State University

23/11/2020

Midlands State University

21/11/2020

Good job! Congratulations!

3507 Conferred with Degrees at Historic 21st MSU Graduation

The President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and Chancellor of the Midlands State University, His Excellency Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa conferred degrees to 3507 graduates, during the first-ever blended MSU graduation ceremony held at the University’s Gweru Main Campus on Friday 20 November 2020.

The 21st congregation of the Midlands State University’s graduation ceremony, witnessed 2670 students graduating with Bachelors’ degrees, 837 with Master’s degrees and 11 with Doctor of Philosophy degrees.

Out of the graduating total, 51.8% were female and 48.2% were male, with 110 graduating physically, while the remaining 3397 were conferred their degrees virtually. Among those who graduated were, 16 international students, nine (9) from South Sudan and seven (7) from eSwatini.

Midlands State University, Vice-Chancellor, Professor Victor N. Muzvidziwa commended the University’ staff and students for their resilience and hard work in the face of COVID-19.

Professor Muzvidziwa said despite the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, the University had managed to teach, research and innovate, through the adoption of ICT technologies.

“We were able to carry on with our research and teaching using digital methodologies, we taught in Google classrooms, and held meetings on Zoom and Google Meet … the COVID-19 pandemic has leap-frogged us into the ICT driven world,” said Professor Muzvidziwa.

The Vice-Chancellor said Midlands State University is committed to providing practical solutions to big problems through research and innovation, in line with national development goals as championed by the Second Republic.

“Research and innovation are the panacea for industrialisation … I am proud to report that MSU has been awarded by the African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation (ARIPO), a patent titled ‘Method for Coal Tar Modification Using Nano Particles for Road Surfacing,’” he said.

The Professor Muzvidziwa said the ground-breaking invention by Mr Actor Zonde, Dr Gift Mehlana, Dr Tafadzwa Wendy Murinzi and Dr Upenyu Guyo will greatly impact road infrastructure construction.

The Vice-Chancellor said Midlands State University’s grant portfolio continues to grow as the institution further strengthens its collaborative research partnerships.

“The faculties of Natural Resources Management and Agriculture, and Science and Technology have made three Intellectual Property disclosures and this has significantly added to the growth of our grant portfolio and added to our pool of research grants.

MSU is collaborating with Kumba LLC of New Mexico, USA. The collaboration enables research and development of cannabis products for medical treatments such as cancer, pain alleviation and eating disorders, among others,” he said.

The inaugural blended graduation ceremony was attended by various guests and senior government officials, among them, the Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovation, Science and Technology Development, Professor Amon Murwira, Minister of State Security, Hon. Owen Ncube, the Permanent Secretary for Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovation, Science and Technology Development, Professor Fanuel Tagwira and MSU Chairman of Council Dr Engineer Caleb Makwiranzou.

19/11/2020

Zimbabwe Open University

19/11/2020

Zimbabwe Open University

13/11/2020

Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting Services

A total of 2 513 graduands made up of 1 178 males and 1 335 females will be capped today. Of these, 1 667 (750 males and 917 females) are graduating with first degrees, while 317 graduands (162 males and 155 females) are graduating with Master's dergrees. 3 Students are graduating posthumously and a moment of silence was observed in their honor.

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Nust study to ease water crisis

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04/11/2020

Midlands State University

Changing Society One Grant at a Time

Midlands State University’s Research and Postgraduate Studies Office is hosting a three-day Grant Writing virtual workshop, aimed at empowering postgraduate students with essential grant writing skills. Professor Exnevia Gomo from the University of Zimbabwe is facilitating the workshop, which will run until Wednesday the 4th of November 2020.

In her keynote address, MSU Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Academic Affairs, Professor Doreen Moyo highlighted the critical role of research in providing practical solutions to societal problems.

“The 2019 - 2023 University Strategic Plan emphasises the overarching role of research as a catalyst for development and proffering practical solutions to societal problems,” she said.

Professor Gomo, with the help of two of his colleagues, got the workshop underway, with an introduction to grant writing, before covering several key topics on preparations for writing a grant proposal, administrative issues, and plain writing among others.

19/10/2020

Great Zimbabwe University

2020 Graduation Ceremony in pictures

19/10/2020

Great Zimbabwe University

PRESIDENT MNANGAGWA COMMISSIONS GZU TEXTILES FACTORY
Great Zimbabwe University Chancellor, His Excellency the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Dr Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa on Friday 16 October 2020 officially commissioned the Great Zimbabwe University Textiles Factory.
Speaking at the commissioning of the Textiles Factory held soon after he had capped 4779 graduates at Great Zimbabwe University's 14th Graduation Ceremony, President Mnangagwa said that universities should be nerve centres of the drive to accelerate modernisation and industrialisation through coming up with inventions and solutions to challenges afflicting the country. The President commissioned a $10 million textile factory at GZU Industrial Park Complex in the Masvingo Industrial area.
The President said construction and setting up of the GZU textile plant shows a deliberate effort to use knowledge, innovation and available resources to propel the country’s developmental agenda in line with Vision 2030. The textile factory has been central in the manufacturing of personal protective equipment (PPE) for health workers in the province and face masks for ordinary people in the battle against Covid-19.
Speaking at the same ceremony, the Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovation, Science and Technology Development, Professor Amon Murwira, said that Education 5.0 was the cornerstone the national drive towards Vision 2030.
Masvingo Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and Devolution Ezra Chadzamira praised GZU and Vice Chancellor Professor Rungano Zvobgo for creativity and projects like sanitisers production and the Campus Radio which he said had positively impacted on the province’s economy especially under Covid-19.
The Vice Chancellor Professor Rungano Zvobgo said besides being a laboratory for students to learn practically, the industrial park complex would also be a commercial wing of the university to generate revenue to augment its working capital

07/10/2020

The ZIMCHE Secretariat led by the CEO Prof Kuzvinetsa P Dzvimbo, Chief directors Prof Regis Chireshe and Prof Felistus Gumbo, and peer reviewers conducted facilities inspection for a proposed Great D**e University at the Tel One campus in Harare. The proposed Great D**e University is applying for institutional accreditation with the regulatory authority. Professor Mufaro L. Gundidza who is spearheading the establishment of the new university-led the team from the proposed new Institution.

The peer reviewers team included Prof Charles Nherera from the University of Zimbabwe who chaired the subcommittee on corporate governance. Another peer reviewer Dr. Munyaradzi Madambi from the University of Zimbabwe chaired the subcommittee on student welfare services. A third peer reviewer Dr. Sarlomie Zinyemba from Catholic University in Zimbabwe (CUZ)chaired the subcommittee that inspected the library services and Information Communication Technology. The fourth peer reviewer Engineer Tsitsi Hweju from Chinhoyi University (CUT)chaired the subcommittee on physical plant and infrastructure.

16/08/2020

Council on Higher Education

Opportunities: The Council on Higher Education (CHE) has the following opportunities available and applications are invited from interested and suitably qualified candidates for appointment to the following positions. For more details please visit CHE website (vacancies): https://www.che.ac.za/vancancies

15/05/2020

National University Of Science And Technology

Get your Nust sanitiser and face mask today! Now available in the city centre at the Nust Library, 114 Fort Street,(opp Bulawayo centre)

Get it today!

#staysafe

#wearamask

#sanitiseyourhands

06/05/2020

National University Of Science And Technology

"It is my time to rest, and to focus on serving the community"

Mr. Fidelis Mhlanga, bids farewell to NUST as the Registrar, having been one of the University's longest serving Principal Officers.

The "Reg" who certified your attainment of a degree with the famous "F Mhlanga" signature; (yes, check your certificate); popularly known to management circles as "The Encyclopedia of University Regulations"; the Institutional Memory; the Advisor; Mentor; "the Work-Horse of NUST" and more!

Join us as we celebrate the deserved retirement of this man, whose name will forever be printed in the history of NUST.

Share your story about the Reg!

01/05/2020

Great Zimbabwe University

MASSIVE CAMPUS FUMIGATION EXERCISE BEGINS
Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) has launched a massive fumigation exercise to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) on all its campuses.
The preventative disinfection exercise is being jointly carried out by the School of Natural Sciences, the Department of Central and Cleaning Services and that of Works and Estates.
Trained technicians with proper PPE (Personal protective equipment) are moving around all of the University's campuses fumigating offices, buses, lecture rooms, student residences as well as frequently touched surfaces - machines, door handles, etc.

unicef.org 01/05/2020

Let’s move humanity for children in the fight against coronavirus

unicef.org Join Greta Thunberg and help UNICEF protect and support children and families affected by COVID-19. Donate now.

01/05/2020

UNICEF

“We must now all act together to protect children and end the devastating consequences of the coronavirus. Children are the future and they must be protected.”

Thank you Greta and Human Act for supporting UNICEF´s efforts to save lives, promote health and continue children’s education during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Join Greta and help vulnerable children and families today → https://uni.cf/join-greta-now

01/05/2020

UNICEF

“It’s important for me to protect my child. I don’t want her to get sick,” says Lucie, as she readies her baby Judith to receive vaccines in the Democratic Republic of Congo. UNICEF supports health workers here with supplies of vaccines, cold storage, transport and expert advice. Each year, we’re proud to reach almost half of the world’s children with life-saving vaccines, and we simply couldn’t do it with the support of our generous donors.

#VaccinesWork

01/05/2020

Africa CDC

#COVID19: Update as of 29/04/2020, 6:00 PM (East Africa Time)

52 African Union Member States reporting #COVID19 35.371 cases, 1.534 deaths, and 11,727 recoveries.
More information on
Africa CDC dashboard via https://africacdc.org/covid-19/

#FactsNotFear #AfricaResponds

01/05/2020

World Health Organization (WHO)

If you are experiencing violence during COVID-19:
🤝 Reach out to supportive family, friends or neighbours
☎️ Call a hotline or access information online if possible
🆘 Seek out local services for survivors

01/05/2020

Africa CDC

#COVID19: Update as of 29/04/2020, 6:00 PM (East Africa Time)

52 African Union Member States reporting #COVID19 35.371 cases, 1.534 deaths, and 11,727 recoveries.
More information on
Africa CDC dashboard via https://africacdc.org/covid-19/

#FactsNotFear #AfricaResponds

01/05/2020

World Health Organization (WHO)

FACT: Spraying or introducing bleach or another disinfectant into your body WILL NOT protect you against COVID-19 and can be dangerous.

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nust.ac.zw 20/04/2020

NUST INCREASES SANITISER PRODUCTION TO MEET DEMAND

nust.ac.zw THE National University of Science and Technology (NUST) says it is ready to increase production of hand sanitizers and will capacitate local Small and Med...

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