He served there, with distinction, until retiring in January 1985 from the then University of Zimbabwe.
What does UOZ stand for?
UOZ stands for University of Zimbabwe
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- University of West Macedonia (Florena, Greece)
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- University of Oxford (UK; more commonly seen as UO)
- Ultima Offline Experiment 3
- University Of York (UK)
- University of York Jiu Jitsu Club (UK)
- University of Ottawa Young Liberals (Canada)
- University of Zambia
- University Of Zululand (KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa)
- University Of Zürich (Switzerland)
- Ustav Ochrany Zivotniho Prostredi (Czech: Department of Environmental Protection; University of Pardubice; Parbudice, Czech Republic)
- Uillean Pipes
- Ulcerative Proctitis
- Umbral Plains (gaming, Everquest)
- Uncrossable Parallel (Half-Life modification)
- Under Provisions
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The entire course will be delivered by Manchester Business School from the United Kingdom in partnership with the University of Zimbabwe and facilitated by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).
In a lecture at the University of Zimbabwe, she said she did "support the basic principle of land reform, and I am happy that many small farmers have now managed to acquire viable farms .
He holds a Bachelor of Business Studies (Hons) degree from the University of Zimbabwe, a Master of Business Administration (Finance) from the American University, Washington, DC and is an Advanced Management Programme graduate of Harvard Business School.
The Human Rights Commission is headed by a former dean of the University of Zimbabwe law school, Reginald Austin, while the Electoral Commission is chaired by high court judge Simpson Mutambanengwe.
The work of editing these texts was carried out by Roberts, formerly professor of history at the University of Zimbabwe.
Joseph Kurebgwa, an analyst at the University of Zimbabwe, told the AFP the country was now "in a situation of paralysis".
John Makumbe, a political analyst at the University of Zimbabwe, said the agreement was "full of holes" from the start.