You are never too young to make a change in the world, once said Christopher Yao. For some youths, Yao’s words are their driving force as they have devoted their time to bettering the lives of other people. One such youth is Adolescent Rights Activist Natasha Salifyanji Kaoma. From the early stages of her medical career, Natasha knew that being a medical student was not enough to bring about the changes she hoped to see.
DIGITAL Satellite Television (DStv) Zambezi Magic Channel 160 is set to launch Spiritual Sunday on 8th November, 2015. Zambezi Magic Channel Head Addiel Dzinoreva said the channel will be a block of spiritual programming from Southern Africa for viewers in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC). Mr Dzinoreva said Spiritual Sunday will come every Sunday at 08:00 hours and will feature different genres of christian programming.
In line with the University of Zambia (UNZA) core values of promoting green environment the management has embarked on a keep UNZA clean Friday morning programme. The Keep UNZA Clean Campaign committee (KUCC) has resolved that, every Friday staff from each unit should clean their surrounding from 08:00 hours to 09:00 hours.