Bursary Department

MR. S.S CHAURURA

Bursar

VISION

The Bursary Department strives to provide timely, accurate and reliable financial information necessary for decision making.

MISSION

The Bursary Department support the teaching and learning of the University and its stakeholders by providing sound financial management services and fiscal leadership

VALUES

  • Professional Competence and due Care
  • Integrity
  • Confidentiality
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Objectivity

Departments

N KARODZA

DEPUTY BURSAR-ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE

The Accounting and Finance section is responsible for:

  • Preparing financial statements
  • Forecasting costs and revenues
  • Managing tax payments
  • Monitoring accounting discrepancies
  • Ensuring the efficient financial management and financial controls.

NAME

POSITION

CONTACT NO.

N. Karodza

Deputy Bursar

+263 662 106 815

D. Sitsha

Acting Ass Bursar

+263 662 106 815

S. Masikati

Admin Assistant

+263 662 106 815

A.Chirwa

Chief Accounts Clerk

+263 662 106 815

P. Kapisa

Accounts Clerk

+263 662 106 815

S. Khumbula

Accounts Clerk

+263 662 106 815

N.Moyo

Accounts Clerk

+263 662 106 815

MR J.K NYAMHANDU

DEPUTY BURSAR - PLANNING, SYSTEMS AND PROJECTS

The Planning and Systems Section is responsible for preparing of the University Budgets and Management Reports this includes:

  • Developing and managing the university's annual budget planning process
  • Monitoring and analyzing financial data to identify areas of financial risk and opportunities for savings
  • Providing regular financial reports and forecasting analysis to senior management
  • Working with other departments to ensure that expenditures are made within approved budgets
  • Revising and amending the budget manual as and when required
  • Monitors internal control systems.
  • Facilitate new system acquisition, installations and system update.
  • Analyzing spending data, making financial projections, and advising managers on budgetary decisions
  • Overseeing the financial planning and budgeting activities of an organization.

NAME

POSITION

CONTACT NO.

J.K. Nyamhandu

Deputy Bursar

+263 662 106 815

K. Muberekwa

Assistant Bursar

+263 662 106 815

Y. Kaseke

Admin Assistant

+263 662 106 815

SERVICES OFFERED

PAYABLES SECTION

The Accounts Payables Office is responsible for:

  • Processing invoices and issuing payments
  • Maintaining records of outstanding payables and credits
  • Reviewing and reconciling payments and expenses
  • Responding to queries from suppliers, customers and staff
  • Verifying financial data and ensuring accuracy

NAME

POSITION

CONTACT NO.

P.C Chikuni

Admin Assistant

+263 8677 004 330 Ext (2046)

 

R. Mnkandla

Accounts Clerk

+263 8677 004 330 Ext (2046)

 

 

STUDENT ACCOUNTS SECTION

The Student Accounts Section is responsible for billing of Students fees which includes:

  • preparing annual fees budget,
  • preparing debtors reconciliation,
  • Maintenance of all academic fees general ledger accounts,
  • preparing fees income analysis,
  • Maintenance of the customer data base,
  • Management of scholarship or bursary funds,
  • Management of SRC funds & students’ medical aid contributions,
  • preparation up year-end audit schedules
  • Checking and Updating student accounts
  • Attending to student queries
  • Clearing students for registration and transcript collection
  • Ensuring that all bank transfers are updated to various student’s accounts
  • Issuing statements and fees invoices to students
  • Raising of journals to update and effect corrections on student’s accounts

NAME

POSITION

CONTACT NO.

Mr J. Undenge

Ass Bursar

+263 662 127 311

Ms K. Matarusa

Admin Assistant

+263 662 127 311

Mr H. Batinos

Accounts Clerk

+263 662 127 311

 

ASSETS SECTION

This office is responsible for safeguarding the University’s Fixed Assets including: 

  • Develop and implement asset management strategies, policies, and procedures
  • Conduct regular asset inspections and assessments to identify maintenance needs and replacement requirements
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date asset records, including acquisition, disposal, and maintenance history
  • Manage asset inventory and ensure that all assets are properly tagged and accounted for
  • Develop and implement asset maintenance schedules and procedures
  • Develop and implement asset disposal policies and procedures
  • Ensure compliance with relevant regulations and standards.

 

NAME

POSITION

CONTACT NO.

P. Mahamba

Chief Accounts Clerk

+263 8677 004 330 Ext (2046)

J. Chidhindi

Accounts Clerk

+263 8677 004 330 Ext (2046)

PROJECTS SECTION

The Planning, Systems and Projects Section is also responsible for all the university’s projects which includes:

  • Develop project strategies
  • Analyze risks and opportunities
  • Undertake project tasks as required
  • Ensure project deadlines are met
  • Execute project administration
  • Evaluate project performance
  • Determine project changes
  • Manage project documentation and reporting
  • Track budget, activities, progress.

 

NAME

POSITION

CONTACT NO.

H. Mujuru

Acting Assistant Bursar

+263 8677 004 330 Ext (2046)

E. Chivinge

Projects Clerk

+263 8677 004 330 Ext (2046)

T. magarawani

Minimarts Supervisor

+263 8677 004 330 Ext (2046)

 

INVENTORY SECTION

The inventory office is responsible for effective supervision, organization and management of all inventories of the University this includes:

  • Up to date record keeping
  • Receiving, storing, issuing the goods, managing the stock levels and giving out the supplies from the stock
  • Maintaining stock records using manual or computerized systems
  • Investigate and reports on variances
  • Reconcile ledger and valuation.
  • Stock taking.

 

NAME

POSITION

CONTACT NO.

K. Mujakari

Stores Clerk

+263 8677 004 330 Ext (2030)

R. Makaya

Admin Assistant

+263 8677 004 330 Ext (2030)

D. Vengai

Stores Clerk

+263 8677 004 330 Ext (2030)

N. Mukavaidzi

Stores Clerk

+263 8677 004 330 Ext (2030)

 

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

The Business Development office is responsible for researching and planning new growth opportunities, strategies and initiatives this includes:

  • Contacting potential clients to establish rapport and arrange meetings
  • Planning and overseeing new marketing initiatives
  • Researching organizations and individuals to find new opportunities
  • Increasing the value of current customers while attracting new ones
  • Finding and developing new markets and improving sales
  • Attending conferences, meetings, and industry events
  • Collaborating with business partners and stakeholders
  • Negotiating client pricing and forecasting sales revenue
  • Overseeing business development representatives and early sales cycle operations

                     

The University offers products such as:

 

  • Household Chemicals
  • Masau Natural Products e.g Masau Juice
  • Printing Services
  • Buse Farm Products
  • Buse Guest lodge
  • Catering Services
  • Garment Manufacturing