Tuition Fees Reduced

To all our valued students, please be informed of the decision that has been taken by the Solusi University Council in its recent meeting of the 21stof November, 2016: It was voted to reduce all TUITION fees that were applicable in the 2016 Academic-year by 10% for the 2017 Academic-year. This is with effect from the 1st day of January, 2017. more

Zimbabwe Union Conference Stewardship Seminar

More than 250 pastors from the Zimbabwe Union Conference were gathered at Solusi University for a four day stewardship seminar which ran from the 24th-28th of January 2016. This was a first meeting of its kind organised by the stewardship department where pastors get equipped, refresh and catch up. Present to grace the occasion were two powerful guest speakers, Ps. Khumalo from Botswana and Ps. Bonya from Southern Indian Ocean Division (SID). more

A young intellectual finds tranquility in mushroom production

Unlike many other aspiring young farmers, Tshepo Heqoa, an intellectual in BSc Agri-business, at Solusi University who only knew the art of farming vegetable and grain crops, farms mushrooms using a state–of–the art structure. His mentor and partner, Pilane Seitlheko and him-self, had hired an 8 acre field at Makola in the Berea district. Their main crops of interest. .more

SRC 2016 Results Announced

vote2Scores of people were seen headed for the Student Centre and Mhosva cottages to cast their votes on the 12th of June 2016 at Solusi University. These were both male and female students who took time to go out and exercise their right to vote for their representatives.
Though the weather was so unfriendly; chilly and cold, this did not deter the determined voters to go ahead and choose their leaders. Some were seen still in their morning gowns, while others. .more

Visitors Impressed by Solusi University’s Exhibition Stand at the 2016 ZITF

IMG_1559It was indeed an unforgettable and successful participation by Solusi University at this year’s largest annual trade exhibition, the 57th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair that began on the 26th of April and had its curtains earnestly lowered on the 30th. Visited by a total of 833 prospective students, alumni members as well as students’ parents, the Solusi University exhibition stand, adorned in its traditional glittering institutional colours of gold, red and black also attracted high profile dignitaries from some Chinese families, Media and Information deputy Minister Thokozile Mathuthu, ZIPAM Director and former Solusi Vice- Chancellor Professor Norman Maphosa, Dr. Leonard Masuku, musicians Jey’s Majahawodwa Marabini and Nkosi Tshabangu of South Africa. . more

Make a difference, Chart your own life: Prof Sadza
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A total of 533 graduates were capped at the 20th graduation ceremony held at Solusi University campus over a three day ceremony from the 18th to the 20th of March. The graduates were from the faculties of Theology, Arts, Business, Education and the faculty of Science and Technology.
Three distinguished speakers addressed the graduates during the course of the different ceremonies. more

Rain! Rain! and More Rain!

IMG_5551For the past 72hrs Solusi University and its surrounding areas has received good amounts of rains following the fervent prayers offered by the Solusi saints at Mananda Dam this past Sabbath.

Coincidentally the Acting President Mr. Mpekezela Mpoko had also declared Sabbath of 09/01/2016 and Sunday of 10/01/2016 as national prayer days and had called the nation of Zimbabwe to meet in prayers of which Solusi is part..more


Solusi University starts Friendship with Bulilima and Mangwe Districts
Solusi University a Seventh–day Adventist Institute  pushed by its mission “To Serve”, which is the  core business of the University, through the Faculty of Education, held a one  day Management  seminar  to Heads of schools in Bulilima and Mangwe Districts. Ninety (92) heads of schools from both primary and secondary and one Education Inspector eagerly gathered …more

Transvaal Orange Grove Conference Leadership visit Solusi
The leadership of Transvaal Orange Grove Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist church from South Africa visited Solusi University and paid fifty percent of tuition fees for their students who are studying at Solusi University in the Theology department…more

Community Engagement Activities by Livestock handling Techniques Student
Recently, student doing livestock handling techniques in Agribusiness visited Norwood resettlement to do their practicals with the objectives of improving their livestock handling skills and to capacitate the Norwood community farmers in improving their livestock productivity….more 

Students Donate to ZRP
Solusi University students donated furniture and electrical consumables worth US$300 to the Zimbabwe Republic Police base situated 3km from Solusi University main campus. The Furniture donated was in the form of… more

Pastor Paul Mhlanga, the Pulpit Giant Dies


Pastor Paul Mhlanga passed away on the 19th of July 2015 at Mater Dei hospital after a short illness. He has worked in the church since 1981, serving as a District Pastor and Youth Director in East Zimbabwe Field until 1989. He then moved to more


As part of its community outreach programmes  Solusi University will be offering enriching and relevant short courses. Leading local and international facilitators will equip participants with critical skills. Register for any of the courses by simply sending sms, email or whatsapp. Course coordinators will contact you and assist you to register. Participants will be accepted on first-come first-serve basis due to limited accommodation. All courses will be taught in English and participants will be given a Certificate of Attendance. more

Teaching Centres in Zambia
Solusi is inviting applications from suitably qualified persons to join several degree programs on either;
(1) Full time first semester on Solusi Campus (May 2014),
(2) Block Release 
(3) Trimester program off-campus (offered during Evenings and Weekends at teaching centres that are being established in Zambia in Livingstone, Lusaka and Ndola. more

Educational loans now available 
Eduloan is a South African based organization that provides educational loans to University students in South African Universities. The organization has now extended its services to Zimbabwe. The Eduloan facility enables all civil servants to pay Solusi University tuition and fees sum for themselves, dependents, relatives and friends including clearing outstanding balances.more