Appointing Oppah Muchinguri to chair the Clvid19 Task force was a very bad decision, covid19 response does not need people with proven loyalty but with deep medical expertise ,and who can do research on the pandemic a d put forward proper recommendationsMedical professionals with expertise and experience were supposed to be appointed to advise government and cabinet on covid19, ED need to come up with such a team urgently and Immediately before we all perish. The virus is already within our communities the lockdown
HARD pressed to implement an online study programme after the coronavirus disrupted normal classes in March, the Namibia University of Science and Technology (Nust) says it will allow students to cancel the academic year. Nust sent out a circular on Monday telling students: "Please note that the Management Committee of Council has resolved that all students be given an opportunity to familiarise themselves with on-line learning after which they may make an informed decision to cancel their studies. The deadline
Mbaretimes 3 men kill OUR student, bury him in a shallow grave, and plant aloe vera on it. The suspects, who are still at large, buried the deceased's body in a shallow grave before they planted aloe vera on it in an attempt to conceal evidence. The vehicle he was driving has yet to be recovered. A 23-year-old student at the National University of Science and Technology (Nust) was brutally murdered by three assailants who allegedly hired him on the pretext that they wanted him to take their goods to Roseburn
A 23-YEAR-OLD National University of Science and Technology (Nust) understudy was br-utally killed by three aggressors who supposedly employed him on the appearance that they needed him to ship their merchandise to Roseburn close to Solusi. The suspects, who are still everywhere, covered the expired's body in a shallow grave before they planted aloe vera on it in an offer to hide proof. The vehicle he was driving is yet to be recuperated. The now expired, Thembinkosi Sishoma of Bulawayo's Pumula South
The NUST students are reported to have been left dazzled over the attack by malware over the system a few days back. It is reported that the malware led to the removal of important information from the student portal. Information such as payment history, the information on deregistered students, and the results are reported to have got deleted in the process.