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Dr. Dumisani John HlatywayoDr. Dumisani John Hlatywayo

Dr. Dumisani John Hlatywayo is the Acting Pro-Vice Chancellor responsible for Academic matters (December 2015 - to date) at the National University of Science & Technology. He is the substantive Executive Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences (2014 to date). He holds a BSc. Degree in Physics (UNZA), a PRET Diploma (London), Cert. in Applied Meteorology (Met. Office College) and a Ph.D. Degree in Geophysics (Uppsala). Dr. Hlatywayo joined NUST in 1998 as a lecturer in the Department of Applied Physics. He has served NUST as Senior Lecturer and Chairman of the Department of Applied Physics (1999 - 2010), as Acting Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences (2010 - 2014), and as the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences (2014 -to date). He has been a member of the NUST Academic Board (2004 - to date), University Senate (1999 - to date), University Council (2004- to date), and several other Committees of the University. During the period he was Departmental Chairman, his leadership saw the Applied Physics Departmental Board introduce MSc programmes in Lasers & Applied Optics (2003), Geophysics(2003), Medical Physics(2003), Radiography(2010), and two Undergraduate programmes; i.e. BSc(Honours) Degree in Radiography(2002) and BSc(Special Honours) Degree in Radiography(2010). He has also served as an External Examiner for Geophysics to University of Venda (South Africa) (2010-present), and Physics to Bindura University of Science Education, Zimbabwe.

Prior to joining NUST, Dr. Hlatywayo worked at Zimuto Secondary School as a Mathematics lecturer (1977), at Mount Silinda as Mathematics and Physics teacher (1978-1979) and as the Headmaster of Mount Silinda High School (1980 - 1981). In 1982, he joined the Zimbabwe Meteorological Services (Ministry of Transport) as a Meteorologist. He was deployed at Thornhill Airbase as Meteorological Aviation Weather Forecaster (1982 -1983) and was transferred to Bulawayo Airport Meteorological  Office (Aviation Weather Forecaster) (1983 - 1987). In 1988 he took up the post of Senior Seismologist and Chief Meteorological Officer in Matebeleland in the Zimbabwe Meteorological Services Department and soon served the Zimbabwe Meteorological Services as Officer-in–charge at Goetz Observatory and Principal Seismologist& Chief Meteorological Officer in Matabeleland(1987-1997).
 
Research
Exploration Geophysics, Groundwater Investigations, Seismotectonics, seismic hazard analysis and mitigation, mining-induced seismicity. He has supervised several students at MSc in Geophysics, MPhil, and Ph.D, as well BSc Honours undergraduate students carrying out Honours Degree theses in the Department of Applied Physics.
 
Research Awards
In 2002, Dr Hlatywayo won a research Grant of USD 42000.00. The money was used for equipment acquisition to capacity build the Department of Applied Physics in Geophysics.An MSc Geophysics student benefitted from the grant as he carried out his MSc project leading to his MSc thesis which was on crafting a simple seismic acquisition system. Further funding of equal amounts was received consecutively in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 - 2016. The monies have been used primarily to capacity build the department of Applied Physics by acquiring geophysical exploration equipment. The Department is currently well equipped to offer programs in earth sciences and exploration geophysics.
 
Affiliations
Dr. D.J Hlatywayo has served on several boards, committees, and organisations. He is a member of the NUST University Council, Academic Board, Teaching & Learning Board, Planning & Resource Allocation Committee, NUST Student Affairs Committee, NUST Applied Sciences Higher Degrees Committee, NUST ICT Senate Committee, Academic & Non-academic Staff Appointment Boards,  Academic & Non-academic Staff promotions Committees, NUST Space Allocation Committee, NUST Time Table Committee, SUAS Workshops mainly held to plan for university administrative business including development of the NUST Strategic plan.
Outside the confines of NUST, Dr. Hlatywayo has been a member of the Organising Committee & Sub-committees of the Zimbabwe International Scientific Symposia, the Zimbabwe National Nanotechnology Coordinating Committee(NNCC), Zimbabwe IUGG National Committee (Seismology)(1995-2003), Sub-Saharan Africa Global Earthquake Model(GEM) ESARSWG Coordinator(2010-2013), American Geophysical Union(AGU) Member and Zimbabwe National IUGG Committee (IASPEI Rep.), the Eastern & Southern Africa Regional Seismological  Working Group (ESARSWG) as a Committee Member(1995-2002), ESARSWG Chairman(2008-present). From 2008 to 2011, he presided over a triennial USD 700 000.00 International Science Programs Research Grant (Sweden). Between 2012 and 2016, the ESARSWG has enjoyed three grants in excess of USD60 000.00. The money has been used in geophysical work in networking seismology through workshops producing shared seismic data and capacity building of scientists and technicians, and, geophysical exploration field campaigns in Malawi and Tanzania.

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Midzi, V., Hlatywayo, D.J., Chapola, L.S., Kebede, F., Atakan, K., Lombe, D.K. (1999). Seismic Hazard Assessment in Eastern and Southern Africa,... Annals of Geophysics 42 (6)

Hlatywayo, D.J (1992) Seismicity of Zimbabwe during the Period 1959-1990

Muchingami, I., Hlatywayo, D.J., Nel, J.M., Chuma, C. (2012) Electrical Resistivity Survey for Groundwater Investigations and Shallow Subsurface Evaluation of the Basaltic-Greenstone Formation of the Urban Bulawayo Aquifer, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts AlBIC 50, 44-51

Chuma, C., Orimoogunje, O.O.I., Hlatywayo, D.J.&Akinyede, J. (2013). Application of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems in Determining the Groundwater Potential in the Crystalline Basement of Bulawayo Metropolitan Area, Zimbabwe, Scientific Research Publishing

Hlatywayo, D.J. (1997) Seismic Hazard in Central Southern Africa, Geophysical Journal International 130 (3), 737-745

Hlatywayo, D.J. (1995) Fault-Plane Solutions oftheDeka Fault Zone and Mid-Zambezi Valley, Geophysical Journal International 120 (3), 567-576

Hlatywayo, D.J. (1995) Seismotectonic and Seismic Hazard Estimates In Central Southern Africa, Uppsala: Univ.: Stockholm: Almqvist&Wiksellinternational

Hlatywayo, D.J.&Midzi, V. (1995) Determination ofLg-Wave Attenuation Using Single-Station Seismograms: A Case Study for Zimbabwe, Geophysical Journal International 123 (1), 291-296

Baricholo, P., Hlatywayo, D.J., Von Bergmann, H.M., Stehmann, T. &Rohwer, E. (2011).Influence of Gas Discharge Parameters on Emissions from A Dielectric Barrier Discharge-Excited Argon Excimer Lamp, South African Journal of Science 107 (11-12),01-07

Shumba, B.T., Hlatywayo, D.J.&Midzi, V., (2009). Focal Mechanism Solution of The 15th March 2008, Nyamandlovu Earthquake, South African Journal of Geology 112 (3-4), 381-386

Macheyeki, I.T.A.S., Mdala, H., Chapola, L.S, Manhiҁa, V.J., Chisambi, J., P. &Hlatywayo, D.J. (2015). Active Fault Mapping In Karonga-Malawi after the December 19, 2009 Ms 6.2 Seismic Event, Journal of African Earth Sciences 102, 233-246

Chuma, C. &Hlatywayo, D.J. (2014). Spatial Analysis of the Regional Structural Lineaments and Regional Tectonics of South-Western Zimbabwe, Africa Array January 2014 Conference, Johannesburg, South Africa

Hlatywayo, D.J. & Sakala, E. (2014). Resolving Optimum Magnetic Signatures For Drill-Hole Targeting In Gold Exploration-A Case Study For Mbudzane In Gwanda, Zimbabwe, International Journal of Geography and Geology 3 (1), 9-29

Hlatywayo, D.J., Midzi, V., Muchingami, I., Mashingaidze, R.T., Zulu, J. &Chuma, C. (2013) Modelling The Subsurface Geology and Groundwater Occurrence Of The Matsheumhlope Low Yielding Aquifer In Bulawayo Urban, Zimbabwe, Canadian Center of Science and Education

Ayele, A., Midzi, V., Ateba, B., Mulabisana, T., Marimira, K. & Hlatywayo, D.J. (2013). Earthquake Hazard and Risk in Sub-Saharan Africa: Current Status of the Global Earthquake Model (GEM) Initiative in the Region, EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 15, 1181

Hlatywayo, D.J. (2013). Geospatial Analysis oftheAquiferous Potential Zones In the Crystalline Basement of Bulawayo Metropolitan Area, Zimbabwe, the International Astronautical Federation

Collier, M., Hlatywayo, D.J., Rohwer, E.G., Stehmann, T. & Baricholo, P. (2011).  Dielectric Barrier Discharge C02 Tea Laser Operated At Frequencies Up To 400 HZ, SA Institute of Physics

Lobb, A., Nleya, M.B., Bebova, S.A., Nyoni, B., Nyoni, T., Ncube, S. & Hlatywayo, D.J. (2009) High-Frequency Mesh Network for Control and Sensor Arrays, Statistics 2000 (2), 1993-1999

Lombe, D.K., Hlatywayo, D.J., Atakan, K., Kebede, F., Chapola, L.S & Midzi, V.  Seismic Hazard Assessment in Eastern and Southern Africa, ANNALI DI GEOFISICA,

Hlatywayo, D.J. (1999). Challenges and Accomplishments ofthe Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Seismological Working Group
Ngwenya, S., Mangena, S.B., Trimble, J., Hlatywayo, D.J., Chilumani, K.R. An Ontology-based framework for mobile learning in rural secondary schools. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation & Development

Hlatywayo, D.J. (1985). Airmass circulation. Proceedings of the sixth form teacher's workshop, 2. 8 - 14.

Hlatywayo, D.J.  (1989). Characteristics of a simple solar panel applicable to a rural setting in Zimbabwe. Met. Notes Series. Zimbabwe.

Hlatywayo, D.J. (1992). Seismicity of Zimbabwe and surrounding areas during the period 1959 - 1990. Seismol. Dept., Uppsala. Report, 3 - 92. 1-98.

Hlatywayo, D.J.  (1995). Fault-plane solutions of the Dekafault, zone mid Zambezi Valley. Geophys. J. Int., 120, 567 - 576.

Hlatywayo, D.J.&Midzi, V.  (1995). Determination of Lg-wave attenuation using single station seismograms: A case study for Zimbabwe. Geophys. .J. Int. 123, 291 - 196.

Hlatywayo, D.J.  (1997). Seismic hazard estimates in Central Southern Africa. Geophys. J. Int. 130, 737 - 745.

Hlatywayo, D.J.& Jonathan, E. (1997). Seismic data catalogues and attenuation relations - A general review on data available in Eastern and Southern Africa region; Regional International Training Course (1997) on seismology and seismic hazard assessment, InternerBericht. GeoForschungsZentrum, Potsdam, German

Midzi, V., Hlatywayo, D.J., Chapola, L.S., Kebede, F., Atakan, K., Lombe, D.K., Turyomurugyendo, G &Tugume, F.A (1999). Seismic hazard assessment in Eastern and Southern Africa; Annali di Geofisica. 42, 6, 1067 - 1083.

Hlatywayo, D.J. (2001).           Seismotectonics of Zimbabwe, Africa J. Sc. and Technology, 1, 4, 2-28.

Hlatywayo, D.J., & Midzi, V. (2005).  Report on the invetigations into the location, causes and the effects of the 25th June 2004 Bulawayo- Nyamandlovu earthquake, Harare. Government of Zimbabwe, 13pp.

Baricholo P., Gholap.,  A.V., von Bergmann,  H. M., Mathuthu, M.  & Hlatywayo, D.J. (1997). Design, fabrication and characterization of longitudinality excited CO2  laser. Conference on laser development and technology, Nigeria. Conference proceedings

Shumha, B., Hlatywayo, D.J.& Midzi, V.  (2009) Focal mechanism solution of the 15th March 2008, Nyamandlovuearthquake. South African Journal of Geology, Volume 112, 381-386

Hlatywayo, D.J. (2009). Challenges and accomplishment of the Eastern, and Southern Africa Regional Seismological Working Group. Regional and Inter Regional Cooperation to Strengthen Basic Sciences in Developing Countries, Addis Ababa, 1- 4 September 2009, Proceedings of an International Conference 

 

2012 Global Earthquake Model Sub-Sahara Africa Region Workshop, Nairobi, Kenya, December 20 11, 

2011 Baricholo Peter, StehmannTimo Hlatywayo, Dumisani John, RohwerErich, Collier Mike, Bergmann Hubertus. Dielectric barrier discharge C02 TEA laser operated at frequencies up to 400Hz; SAIP 2011. 

2011 Regional Workshop on Seismic Bulletin preparation and preliminary hazard considerations. March 2011, Kampala, Uganda. 

2010 Regional Workshop on Active Fault-mapping in the Tanganyika Malawi transform zone, Nairobi, Kenya. October 2010. 

2009 Regional Workshop on Global Earthquake Model (GEM), Nairobi,Kenya, November 12-16. 

2009 International Workshop on Networks (Reference Group Meeting) Uppsala, Sweden, 12- 14 October 

2009 Regional and Inter-Regional Cooperation to Strengthen Basic Sciences in Developing Countries, Addis Ababa, 1-4 September 2009 

2009 ESARSWG Regional workshop on Active Fault mapping in the Rukwa region, Dar es Salam, Tanzania, 04 - 08 August. 

2009 ESAESWG Regional Planning workshop on Active Fault mapping in the Rukwa region, Dar es Salam, Tanzania. April 

2008 Regional Conference Paper on Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Seismological Working Group [ESARSWG] seismic networks; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, October. 

2008 AfricaArray workshop - A Regional workshop on seismological monitoring work, Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa, July 7 - 14 

1997 Regional International Training Course on Seismology and Seismic Hazard Assessment - Oct 22 - 2 Dec. Nairobi, Kenya.1996     African Workshop on GSETT-3 and the CTBT 22 -24 April. Council for Geosciences, Pretoria, South Africa. 

1995 Probabilistic Seismic Hazard analysis of Central and Southern Africa. Proceedings of the 1995 IUGG General Assembly held in Denver, Colorado, USA July - August. 

1995 Workshop on Eastern and Southern Africa Seismological workshop, March 11-16, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. [Preliminary test results for seismic hazard in Eastern and Southern Africa using EQUIRISK by Maquire 

 1994 Workshop on Eastern and Southern Africa Seismological Working Group in Bulawayo; March 07 -15, 1994. 

1994 Lusaka ESARS Workshop and Training Course on Seismological practice: 08 - 24 August 1994 

1988 IASPEI 18th General Assembly, Istanbul, Turkey, July-August 

1986 UNESCO International Training Course on Seismology. Tectonics and Seismic risk assessment, Oct 21 - Nov 18. Nairobi, Kenya. 

1986 I UGG General Assembly in Vancouver, Canada, August

 

 

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Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Samson Sibanda

Professor Samson Sibanda

Professor Samson Sibanda is the Acting Vice Chancellor at NUST. He has over 20 years experience in academia and has been actively involved in the development of the University at various levels.

He is a member of several professional organizations and sits on a number of external Committees.

Qualifications: T1 Teaching Certificate (Univ. of Rhodesia), B.Sc (Hons) (CNAA), PhD (King’s College, London)

Current Employment : Pro-Vice Chancellor (Residential & Academic Affairs),National University of Science and Technology

Work experience:

  • Glaxo Group Research
  • Postdoctoral Research, King’s College, (1982 – 1983)
  • Lecturer, Organic Chemistry, UZ (1983 – 1997)
  • TWAS Res Fellow Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Rome (1988)
  • Istituto Italo Africano Res Fellow, Roma Univ, La Sapiens  (1989 – 1990)
  • NIH Res Fellow, University of Alabama in Huntsville (1997)
  • Lecturer & Chairman of Dept of Chemistry ,University of Zimbabwe (1998 – 2000)
  • Lecturer, Organic Chemistry, NUST ( 2001- 2005)
  • UNMOVIC  Weapons inspector, Iraq ( 2002 – 2003)
  • Acting Pro-Vice-Chancellor, NUST (2005 – 2006)
  • Pro-Vice-Chancellor, NUST (2006 – to-date)
  • Acting Vice Chancellor (2015)

Membership to Other Boards:

Carnivore Res Institute (Chipangali Wildlife Trust), National Museums & Monuments of Zimbabwe, Associate Editor (Int. J. Biol & Chem Sci.), Member of NAMACO (Chemicals Section), Founding member of the Community Education Project (CEP), Research Council of Zimbabwe.

Membership/Fellowship to Professional Bodies:

American Chemical Society, NAPRECA, Zimbabwe Academy of Sciences, IFS Fellow, Istituto Italo-Africano.

Research Interests

  • Natural Products with emphasis on traditional herbal remedies
  • Synthesis of C6C3 phenylpropanoids that have shown biological activity in vitro.
  • Coupling of starch derived from Dioscorea dumetorum with diazonium salts.

Research Publications

  •  S. Sibanda, C. Nyanyira, M. Nicoletti and C. Galeffi, (1990). Ochnabianthrone: A Trans-9,9 – bianthrone from Ochna Pulchra, Phytochemistry, 29, No. 12, pp. 3974-3976.
  • S. Sibanda, P. P. Mebe and G. Multari, (1992) Pentacyclic Triterpenoids from Euclea Crispa, Fitoterapia Vol. LXIII No. 3 p. 274
  • S. Sibanda, D. Nkala, P. Tomasik and M. Palanski, (1994). Isolation and Properties of Starch from Wild Yam from Zimbabwe, Starch/Starke, 46, pp.85-88.

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 AMENDED CALENDAR FOR THE FIRST SEMESTER OF THE 2016/2017 ACADEMIC YEAR (ALL FACULTIES EXCLUDING FACULTY OF MEDICINE)

 
AUGUST 2016

Monday 1 August, 2016:  Opening of Online Registration for Returning Students

Monday 29 August, 2016 – Friday 2 September, 2016:  Registration of First Year Students
MONDAY 5 SEPTEMBER, 2016: FIRST SEMESTER BEGINS, Closing of Online Registration for all Students

NOVEMBER 2016

Thursday 3 November, 2016: Break Begins

Sunday 6 November, 2016: Break Ends
FRIDAY 4 NOVEMBER, 2016: GRADUATION DATE

NOVEMBER 2016

Monday 28 November, 2016: First Semester Examinations Begin


DECEMBER 2016

Friday 16 December, 2016:  First Semester Examinations End

FIRST SEMESTER ENDS
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CALENDAR FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER OF THE 2016/2017 ACADEMIC YEAR
(ALL FACULTIES EXCLUDING FACULTY OF MEDICINE)

JANUARY 2017 

Tuesday 3 January, 2017 – Friday 27 January, 2017: Opening of Online Registration for the Second Semester
Monday 23 January, 2017 – Friday 27 January, 2017:  Departmental Panels of Examiners (For First Semester Examinations)
MONDAY 30 JANUARY, 2017: SECOND SEMESTER BEGINS
Online Registration closes

Monday 30 January, 2017 – Friday 3 February, 2017:  Faculty Boards of Examiners (For First Semester Examinations)


FEBRUARY 2017

Monday 6 February, 2017 – Friday 10 February, 2017: Academic Board Meetings to consider First
Semester Examination Results

Online Publication of First Semester
Examination Results

 APRIL 2017

Thursday 13 April, 2017: Semester Break Begins

Sunday 23 April, 2017: Semester Break Ends

MAY 2017

Wednesday 3 May, 2017: Second Semester Examinations Begin

Tuesday 23 May, 2017:  Second Semester Examinations End
SECOND SEMESTER ENDS

JUNE 2017

Monday 5 June, 2017 – Friday 9 June, 2017:  Departmental Panels of Examiners and 

Faculty Boards of Examiners        
Monday 12 June, 2017 – Friday 16 June, 2017:  Academic Board Meetings to consider Second Semester Examination Results

Online Publication of Second Semester and Final Examination Results


JULY 2017

Monday 10 July, 2017: Supplementary Examinations Begin
Friday 14 July, 2017: Supplementary Examinations End  
Monday 31 July, 2017 – Friday 4 August, 2017:  Departmental Panels of Examiners and Faculty
Boards of Examiners

AUGUST 2017
                                                                                                                                                                           
Wednesday 9 August, 2017 – Friday 11 August, 2017: Academic Board Meetings to consider Supplementary Examination Results
Online Publication of Supplementary
Examination Results

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Responsibilities

Internal Auditor: The head of Audit Section is responsible for seeking the approval of senior management and the acceptance by Council of a formal written document (Charter) for the internal auditing department. The auditor is not responsible for preventing fraud, other irregularities or errors. Management procedures should be designed to give the auditor a reasonable expectation of detecting any material misstatements, whether intentional or unintentional, in an entity’s financial statements.
The auditor should normally report to senior management of an entity all fraud; other irregularities or material errors brought to light by the audit. The auditor may also make recommendations of good practice in order to assist in the prevention of further occurrences.
Management: The responsibility within an entity for the prevention of fraud, other irregularities and errors rests with management. As part of its business responsibilities, management has the fiduciary role of safeguarding assets, by virtue of their management positions they are regarded in law as acting in a stewardship capacity concerning the property under their control.Management objective may be accomplished by incorporating some of the following control measures: -
* Installation of an effective accounting system
* Operation of an appropriate system of internal control (including authorization controls and controls covering segregation of duties)
* Ensuring that employees under their control understand relevant codes of conduct
* Monitoring relevant legal requirements and ensuring that operating procedures and conditions meet these requirements
Independence: Internal auditors should be independent of the activities they audit, and could only be perceived as independent when they carry out their work freely and objectively. Independence permits them to render the impartial and unbiased judgments essential to the proper conduct of audits.
Integrity: Internal auditors should review the reliability and integrity of financial and operating information and the means used to identify, measure, classify, and report such information
Compliance: Internal Auditors should review the systems established to ensure compliance with those policies, plans, procedures, laws, regulations, and contracts which could have a significant impact on operations and reports, and should determine whether the organization is in compliance.
Safeguarding of assets: The Internal Auditors should review the means used to safeguard assets from various types of losses such as those resulting from theft, fire, improper or illegal activities, and exposure to elements
Due professional care: Internal auditors should exercise due professional care in performing internal audits. Due professional care calls for the application of the care and skill expected of a reasonably prudent and competent internal auditor in the same or similar circumstance

Vision and Mission Statements

Our Vision is an audit, review and consulting services unit, providing exceptional service by independent reviews of all University Group operations, activities, policies and procedures and where warranted, recommending cost effective control and solutions for improvements in systems, processes and operations.Our Mission is to meet and exceed University Council, Executive Management and other Stakeholder assurance expectations within NUST governance framework and in accordance with the Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing.Departmental Staff

Previous Employment

Credit Controller(Mater Dei Hospital), Accounts Clerk(Edgars Stores)

Qualification

Msc Finance and Investment(NUST),Bcomm Accounting(NUST),HND Accounting(Byo Poly)

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Provincial Magistrate Mat North:Accounting Assistant

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Bcomm Accounting Honours Degree

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Ministry of Youth Dev,Gender&Employment Creation:Stenographer

Qualification

Hounours Human Resources(Pending LSU), HND Office Management, ND Secretarial Studies

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Mater Dei Hospital:Credit Controller,Edgars  Stores Ltd:Accounts Clerk

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Red Cross:Finance&Admin Secretary,Beverley B/Society:Asst Controller,Snr Accountant Asst

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Central Services provides support services to all departments in the University. These services include: Cleaning,Photocopying, Fax, Telephone, Booking of Centralized venues and Purchasing of Protective Clothing. This section is headed by the Assistant Registrar who reports to the University’s Registrar.

Our Vision

Central Service's vision is that its services provision be developed to suit the Technological Environment the Section operates from.

Mission Statement

To ensure smooth and effective functioning of all the University departments and sections by effectively and efficiently carrying out the support services.

Objectives

  • To provide adequate and suitable accommodation to the appropriate University Academic Members of Staff.
  • To provide quality cleaning services to the University premises.
  • To book, equip and appropriately set venues for various meetings.
  • To provide efficient Telephone, Photocopying, Mail and Fax services to all the University Departments.

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  • Current Position:   Acting Seniour Assistant Registrar
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  • Name:    Mrs Thandiwe Sibanda
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  • Name:    Mrs Nobukhosi Ndlovu
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  • Previous Employment:   Senior Secretary
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  • Current Position:   MailRoom
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