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UCE Re-opens

ALL is set for today’s resumption of studies for final year students at the college with the Government and the institution saying they are ready for reopening after putting measures in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19.Studies were discontinued on March 24 as part of a raft of measures by Government to curb the …

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UCE Hosts Tifaz

UNITED Colleges of Education in Bulawayo (UCE) for the first time hosted Tertiary Institution of Arts in Zimbabwe (Tifaz), an annual festival where tertiary institutions come together to showcase productions in both performing and visual arts.  The acting director of tertiary education programmes in the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development, …

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Matabeleland North teachers’ college set up in Hwange

A SATELLITE teachers’ college established by Government in Hwange, Matabeleland North province is now operational with the initial enrolment standing at 150 students. Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Permanent Secretary Professor Fanuel Tagwira said 65 percent of the students enrolled at the satellite teachers’ college are from the province.  “The chiefs have …

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UCE continues to cater for the marginalised

Addressing guests and 422 graduates at the college’s 47th graduation, the college Principal, Mr Adam Luthuli said his college was working towards championing the rights of people living with disabilities and the marginalised through teacher education “As an institution, we uphold the fact that college education is not a preserve of the “able” individuals but …

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UCE Intensifies the enrolment of minority languages

THE United College of Education has intensified the enrolment of minority languages students including TjiKalanga and Tonga as well as Special Needs Education students to promote cultural diversity and empower people living with disabilities, the college principal, Adam Luthuli, has said. Addressing guests and 422 graduates at the college’s 47th graduation ceremony on Friday, Luthuli …

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