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RIOT police yesterday fired teargas canisters to disperse students at Great Zimbabwe University (GZU), who stormed the institution’s Mashava campus protesting against poor diet, unsafe drinking water, hiked tuition fees and withdrawal of wi-fi facilities.
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TERTIARY students on industrial attachment heaved a sigh of relief yesterday when the government slashed their attachment fees by 40% to promote inclusive and quality education in line with Sustainable Development Goals’ Vision 2030.
Developing Story | 2 minute read Students barricaded the National University of Science and Technology on Monday morning in protest against the institution’s inability to resolve issues with lecturers who have been on strike for three weeks . According to the Nust Student Representative Council (SRC), the protest dubbed #NustShutDown, was staged to compel the institution to resolve the … Continue reading #CurrentSituation: Students ‘Shutdown’ Nust in protest over strike
Welcome to the weekly Campus news of the week roundup here at Campus Moments Magazine. There are around 40 polytechnics, colleges and universities in Zimbabwe. Here’s a snapshot of the most compelling stories that happened on campus around the country this week
"...Crime will increase in the area ... Gwanda Road is always busy and just imagine 3 000 people crossing that road every day. At times accidents may occur,"
THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has set up a Biometric Voter Registration Centre at the National University of Science and Technology to make it easier for students to part take in the voter registration exercise.
by Prudence Muzenda | Uludağ University, Turkey The quick introduction of bond notes, roads flooded with police officers, wanderers everywhere and almost everyone turned vendor. Well at least that’s what welcomed me back home. After the long drive from the airport I suddenly noted the difference. The way I was living back in Turkey was … Continue reading DIARY OF A ZIMBO STUDYING ABROAD: ENCOUNTERS IN THE MOTHERLAND ( part 1)
It is in our best interests to safeguard Africa's potential by coming together as young people to fight HIV?AIDS