vp mujuru joice.jpgVice President Joice Mujuru has hailed the Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa (ZAOGA) for becoming the first indigenous church to establish a university in the country. 


Officiating at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Zmbabwe Ezekiel Guti University (ZEGU) in Bindura yesterday, Cde Mujuru commended the partnership that exists between the government and the church in the provision of university education in the country. 


Cde Mujuru said: “The university has come at a strategic time when there is critical shortage of human capital in various sectors of the country.”



Speaking at the same occasion, Zimbabwe Council of Higher Education Chairman, Professor Christopher Chetsanga challenged the new university to become a hive of scholarly excellence.


apostle dr ezekiel guti.jpgIn response, ZEGU Chancellor, Archbishop Ezekiel Guti said the institution envisages producing high quality graduates who will contribute to the socio-economic development of the country.


ZEGU will initially operate from Harare and when fully established it will boast of six faculties – Theology, Agriculture, Environment

and Tourism, Information and Communication Technology and Health Science.