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Zanzibar higher learning institutions merging process in pipeline

Prof. Idris A. Rai (seated centre), the Vice Chancellor of the State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) chairs a meeting of stakeholders from the government and higher learning institutions being in the process of merging those institutions with SUZA. The meeting was held on 25th August, 2016 at Tunguu Main Campus. The higher learning institutions under merging plan are the Zanzibar Institute of Financial Administration (ZIFA), College of Health Sciences (CHS) and Zanzibar Institute of Tourism Development (ZIToD) they will all soon be under the umbrella of SUZA.
Hon. Idrisa Kitwana Mustafa (centre front row) the District Commissioner for Unguja South poses with winners and other officials during the IT Bonanza organized by the School of Continuing and Professional Education (SCOPE) of the State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) and sponsored by Halotel Tanzania. The Bonanza was held at Vuga SUZA Campus on Wednesday 24th August, 2016.