Catholic University of Zimbabwe

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Catholic University of Zimbabwe
CUZW logo
Pro Deo et Sapientia (Latin)
Motto in English
"For God and wisdom"
Established1999 (1999)
FounderArchbishop of Harare Diocese Robert Christopher Ndlovu, Professor George P. Kahari, Herbert Munangatire
Parent institution
Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops Conference (ZCBC)
Religious affiliation
Roman Catholic Church
Academic affiliation
Zimbabwe Council of Higher Education (ZIMCHE)
ChancellorArchbishop of Harare Diocese Robert Ndlovu
Vice-ChancellorProfessor Ranga Zinyemba
RectorProfessor Ranga Zinyemba
Location, ,
17°52′08″S 31°04′03″E / 17.868876°S 31.06737°E / -17.868876; 31.06737Coordinates: 17°52′08″S 31°04′03″E / 17.868876°S 31.06737°E / -17.868876; 31.06737
CampusSt. Augustine (Bulawayo), Diocesan Training Centre (Mutare), Hope Tariro School (Chinhoyi)
ColoursGold and maroon

The Catholic University of Zimbabwe (CUZ) is a Catholic Church affiliated university[1] established in 1999 in Harare, Zimbabwe's capital city. It offers six undergraduate degree programs: Bachelor of Business Management & Information Technology (Honors), Bachelor of Business Management (Honors), Bachelor of Accounting (Honors), Bachelor of Social Science in Development Studies (Honors), Bachelor of Theology and Bachelor of Arts Dual (Honours). It also offers a variety of short courses under the Faculty of Commerce and the Faculty of Humanities.

In 2014, the university extended its reach by opening three satellite campuses in Bulawayo, Chinhoyi and Mutare.

The Catholic University plans to introduce more full-time degree programs and short courses in response to students' needs.[citation needed]


  • Ethical behavior
  • Collegiality
  • Commitment
  • Service
  • Excellence


  • Faculty of Commerce
  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Faculty of Theology


  1. ^ "Eighty nine students graduate from the Catholic University of Zimbabwe". The Zimbabwe Daily. 25 April 2015.

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