Munhumutapa School of Commerce
Dean’s Welcome Note
Welcome to the Munhumutapa School of Commerce. The School draws its inspiration from the University niche of Culture and Heritage. In view of this, all programmes in the school have modules and/ or topics in the respective subject areas that have an emphasis on the following ethno-commercial activities:
- Trade and Commerce in African traditional societies and cultures from the Munhumutapa period to the emerging of colonial rule.
- Transition from pre-colonial to colonial rule
- Post colonialism trade and commerce in Africa and Zimbabwe in particular.
The core modules also infuse topical issues of trade and commerce in a global context.
Munhumutapa School of Commerce boasts of collaborative relationships with other business schools around the world. It was the first Zimbabwean Business School to be a member of CEEMAN – International Management Development Association, with more than 210 institutional members from countries in Europe, North America, Latin America, Africa and Asia.
Munhumutapa School of Commerce is the only institution in Zimbabwe which boasts membership of AACSB (Association for Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business), an association with over 775 institutional members from countries from all over the world.
Locally the School is also proud to be associated with professional associations such as ACCA, Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), Marketers Association of Zimbabwe (MAZ), Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA).
The School has a collaborative arrangement with ICSA in a programme: Masters in Professional Accountancy and Corporate Governance where students automatically attain Graduate Status of ICSA upon completion of the programme.
The Schools administrative staff and six departmental units: Accounting and Information Systems, Banking and Finance, Economics, Management Studies, Bernard Chidzero Graduate School of Business and School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culture wish to be associated with all viewers one way or another. You are all welcome.
The Munhumutapa School of Commerce’s vision is to provide a professional and cultural environment that stimulates the highest standards of excellence in modern management sciences.
The Munhumutapa School of Commerce aspires to lead in management education, research, performance creativity, entrepreneurship and technology as strategies to solve real life commercial challenges through reclamation and preservation of our culture and heritage.
The School is guided by the following core values:
Dr. J. Bemani
PhD [Christ University, 2016] DBA [Atlantic University, 2013],MBA [ZOU, 2004], B.Com Acc [Patrice Lumumba University USSR,1986], M.Com Accounting (MSU) 2017 FCIS, RPAcc, ND Business Studies [Bulawayo Poly Technic, 1983]
Telephone No. +263-39-2266821
Finance and Taxation
Dr l. Chimwai
DPhil Management [Christ University, 2016]
M.Com Banking and Finance [MSU, 2018]
MBA [ZOU, 2007] BSc Hons Economics [UZ, 1992]
Small and Medium Enterprises, Risk Management and Financial Inclusion
Mrs R. Zanamwe
MSc in Media and Society Studies [MSU, 2011]
PGD in Media and Society Studies [MSU, 2008]
B.A. English and Communication Studies [ZOU, 2003]
Mr K Mverecha
BSc Hons Sociology (GZU) 2015, MSc Sociology and Social Anthropology (UZ) 2018
SENIOR SECRETARY (SCHOOL OFFICE)
Ms J. Matingwena
MSc in Human Resources Management (MSU) 2014,
BSc Hons Human Resources Management (GZU) 2012,
Diplom in Adult and Continuing Education (GZU) 2009,
HND in Office Management (Masvingo Polytechnic) 2005