UZ in total shutdown amid security fears on graduation day

The University of Zimbabwe (UZ) yesterday conferred President Emmerson Mnangagwa with an honorary Doctor of Laws degrees during the 2018 graduation ceremony amid tight security as speculation was rife that students wanted to embarrass him.

BY VANESSA GONYE

Mnangagwa was also installed Chancellor at his inaugural graduation ceremony at the university.

The Zanu PF leader urged the university council, senate, and staff to spur the institution to deliver education in line with global standards, national vision and aspirations.

“The African intelligencia in pre-independent Zimbabwe agitated for justice, equality and the right to self-determination,” he said.

“We envisaged a Zimbabwe where all men and women have equal access to opportunities. We fought to see society living in harmony, peace, love and unity. In the second republic, these aspirations must be realized and enjoyed by all of us; talent and hard work rewarded.”

A total of 3 632 graduands were conferred with degrees from nine faculties and the College of Health Sciences.

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6 Comments

  1. Robert Clarkson

    Vanessa, is the heading related to the article? If it is, then, this is terrible journalism.

    1. How right you are in a country where literacy levels were excellent and have now taken a downward trend

  2. The heading and the contents of the story do not tally!!!

    1. bhekusizi sibanda

      sure

  3. Is it the end of the article because it left readers with more questions than answers and l do agree with you Vimbai that the heading and the story do not tally

  4. nxaa fakofu ed

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