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