"Congratulations on this
initiative. I would have loved to attend had I been at home, but just wanted to
thank you and all your colleagues for the hard work you have put into making a
Pamhidzai Bamu, Post-doctoral Research Fellow atUniversity of Stellenbosch
"Congratulations. I facilitated a meeting
organized by SARUA and ZUVCA to for the ZIMREN last month. This is good news. I
am interested in teaching generic courses in qualitative research methods. Well
Kuzvinetsa P. Dzvimbo, PhD
"Sounds exciting. Will Cc my
colleagues who might also be value-add to the project. Give me more details."
Tham, Lecturer at the
University of Cape Town / Groote Schuur Hospital
This is the great moment we all have been waiting for: turning the virtual into
reality. Well done to you all"
Midion Mapfumo Chidzonga (BDS; FFDRCSI; MMedSC (clin.epid), PGD IntResEthics,
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Dean, College of Health Sciences, University of
Zimbabwe, HARARE, ZIMBABWE
"Thanks for that. I really like the sound of
this and would be pleased to come along tomorrow, if that's OK."
Reisz, reporter and features
"This is great!
[...] Don't just stand. Do something."
Sango, Community Organiser (Zimbabwean Community
Prof Patrick FitzGerald,
Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Finance & OperationsUniversity of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
MANY congratulations! This is superb news. Unfortunately, I won't be in London
this Friday, but all good wishes for a very successful link up. P.S. As of 1
September, I will be moving to the Institute of Commonwealth Studies at Senate
House, I've got a Senior Research Fellowship to do an oral history of the
Dr Sue Onslow, Visiting Lecturer, The London School of Economics and
"This is great news indeed. I
am not sure whether you had managed to copy in Alex and Knox, they will be most
delighted to know of this tremendous breakthrough. I will e-mail other
Zimbabwean academics who will be certainly delighted to learn of this development."
"My congratulation for having seen this project through and Friday is no
doubt the result of diligent efforts by you and others and we all proud of
Prof Lameck S Chagonda BSc Hons (Chem.) USL, MSc
(Drug Metabolism), PhD Lough., MSc (Pharmacy) The Queens, Belf., Medical
Scientist, MRSC, C.Chem., First Director (2006-2010), School of Pharmacy,
College of Health Sciences, University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe