Dr. Sadza is Vice Chancellor and founder of the only Women's University in Africa: opened with 145 students in 2002, now has a student population of 1,500, staff of 90, a farm of 285 hectares for commercial dairy (serves as the growth engine of the University). She is an eminent educationist who had a vision for opening a university for mature women who failed to access university education. The vision seeks to be the best African University in the promotion of gender equity and equal opportunities in tertiary education. The numerous awards the applicant has won nationally, regionally and internationally prove her unwavering interest in research and education for women. At the level of a Vice Chancellor, the result of her publications, research papers have cascaded in Africa to help mature men and women, especially in stamping out poverty through education for sustainable development - a theme that runs throughout her publications.
Dr. Sadza obtained her M.A. in Public Administration from the University of Missouri and her Ph.D. from the University of Zimbabwe in 1997.