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Norman Maphosa

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Norman Maphosa (born August 19th, 1949) served as the Vice-Chancellor of Solusi University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Zimbabwe from early 1992 to 2011. He managed the University at a time when the Zimbabwean economy was at its apex, and also during its precarious nadir.

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He is highly regarded as a philanthropist who has gathered support from the likes of Grace Mugabe. He has participated in the Commission on Higher Education of the denomination's worldwide body.[1]

Professor Norman Maphosa is also father, former widower, poet, scholar, and lover of the English language. He released an e-book anthology titled Mystery and Mystique of the VICTORIA FALLS: (Mosi-oa-Tunya) Kindle Edition in August 2016.[2]

Since 2014, he has been serving as the Director General of the Zimbabwe Institute of Public Administration and Management (Z.I.P.A.M).[citation needed]

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