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Huawei signs ICT training pact with University of Zimbabwe

Staff Writer |
Huawei Technologies signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) for the establishment of an information and communications technology (ICT) training center.

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The university's vice chancellor Levi Nyagura and Huawei Technologies Zimbabwe managing director Yang Jiangtao signed the agreement.

Nyagura said the UZ-Huawei telecommunications project would help students acquire cutting-edge ICT and telecommunications knowledge and enhance their practical capabilities.

The project will also be a vehicle for the transfer of technology from China to Zimbabwe and would help to strengthen Zimbabwe's technological base, Nyagura said.

"This ICT training and practice center will be used to cultivate ICT talents and help ICT students to improve hands-on practical skills," Nyagura said.


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