Mimosa spends US$75m on waste clean-up

Mimosa is the country’s oldest platinum group of minerals producer with operations dating back to the 1920s.
By Tatenda Chitagu Nov. 16, 2023

GZU, students clash over auto billing

GZU spokesperson Anderson Chipatiso said the university policy was that every student should use campus residence.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Oct. 31, 2023

Entertainment galore in Manicaland province

Manicaland has produced several artistic talents — the likes of Dapura Hunanzva dance group, Vabvuwi, Ntswaintswai Mbira Crew and the Expression Band, among others.
By Tendai Sauta Sep. 22, 2023

Barriers for men to seek help on health matters

Data has shown that while more and more men are seeking support for their mental health, they are doing so at much lower rates than women.
By Shailet Mazula Jun. 15, 2023

Power, water cuts leave Zim students stranded

The power cuts are blamed on low power-generation capacity and breakdowns due to ageing equipment at power-generation plants.
By Universityworldnews.com May. 2, 2023

Varsities’ law curricula need review: LSZ

Matambo says recent law graduates seem to be out of touch with new trends in the legal profession.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Feb. 6, 2023

Staff exodus hits State universities

GZU vice-chancellor Rungano Zvobgo said the mass staff exodus was affecting successful implementation of Education 5.0 policy.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Nov. 5, 2022

Health talk: GZU School of Medicine boon for Masvingo

Everyone who has passed through University of Zimbabwe School of Medicine appreciates the diligence that Professor Mufunda exhibit
By Johannes Marisa Oct. 30, 2022

Peer pressure, physical and sexual abuse major drivers of substance abuse

Peer pressure, physical and sexual abuse have identified as key drivers of substance abuse
By Tavita Natasha Mpala Oct. 10, 2022