Marondera University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology donated blankets and fruits to Marondera Provincial Hospital on 29 July 2022. The University made this donation courtesy of the Faculty of Agribusiness and Entrepreneurship as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives. In a bid to harness the Education 5.0 Philosophy by the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovation, Science and Technology Development and to plough back to the community where its students are coming from, Marondera University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology donated blankets and fruits.
Dr Araam Gwiza is a part-time lecturer in the Department of Development Sciences as well as the Acting Examinations Officer in the Academic Registry Department. He recently graduated with a PhD in Public Management and Governance from the University of Johannesburg (UJ) in South Africa. His research was based on a thesis entitled, “Public expenditure management capacity challenges in the Ministry of Health and Child Care in Zimbabwe”
Marondera University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology joins the rest of the nation in celebrating the Cultural Month through research. The National Culture month is being celebrated under the theme “Celebrating culture diversity, leaving no one behind.” In light of the Government and communities’ appreciating the role culture plays in development, the
National Arts Council of Zimbabwe in consultation with stakeholders, as from 2022 has rebranded “Culture Week” to “Culture Month.”
The recent study done in communities affected by Cyclone Idai in the Chimanimani, Chipinge and Buhera districts of Zimbabwe
by Marondera University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Chinhoyi University of Technology and Scotland based Abertay University revealed that the climate change induced Cyclone Idai did not only leave a trail of destruction and dead bodies, but also disrupted local intangible cultural heritage (ICH) assets.