Vice Chancellor’s Games leave an indelible mark in Manicaland

The fifth edition of the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) Vice Chancellor’s Games left an indelible mark in the border town of Mutare last week.

All the game  venues  including Sakubva Stadium were fully packed for the four days that the games were underway.

Addressing Mutare residents who had thronged Mutare town centre where the Mayor Councillor Tatenda Nhemarare addressed participants and the general public, the Mayor urged Mutare residents to further their education by studying with ZOU.

In his speech, ZOU Pro Vice Chancellor, Professor Gabriel  Kabanda said the games where meant to create awareness about the ZOU brand, hence he was very sure that the 5th edition of the games was going to work in the favour of the institution in increasing the enrolment figures.

Manicaland Regional Campus Regional Director, Mr  Kenneth Saruchera  echoed the same sentiments and said even the preparations to the games had helped his Regional Campus in terms of numbers this semester, therefore he was looking forward to an increased enrolment now that the games have come and gone. The games where the best platform to market the brand ZOU.

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