Need for up-to-date books and material in the UNZA Main Library

Need for up-to-date books and material in the UNZA Main Library »

27 Mar, 2013
Focus Point

The purpose of university libraries is to support teaching, learning, and research in ways consistent with, and supportive of, the institution's mission and goals. In addition, library resources and services should be sufficient in quality, depth, diversity, and currency to support the institution's curriculum. To say the least university libraries are considered as the most important resource centre of an academic institution. They are perceived as a good measure of an institution's excellence and quality.

Street Chic Fashion: Natural is beautiful!

Street Chic Fashion: Natural is beautiful! »

10 Oct, 2012
Columns

What is beauty? What is true African beauty? Does it lie in the curves of a woman? Does it lie in her ebony, chocolate or caramel smooth skin? What is beauty?   Many say that a woman’s beauty lies more in her hair than in anything else. Some say a woman’s hair is one of the few things a man actually pays attention to. I don’t know how true that is, but i know for sure that if it doesn’t look good he’ll definitely say something about it, no matter how inattentive he seems to be.

Lets talk about it! »

9 Oct, 2012
Focus Point

The use of demonstrations as a way of expressing grievances at higher institutions of learning is more than a growing phenomenon. When it comes to the expression of grievances by the University of Zambia (UNZA) students the use of demonstrations cannot be overemphasized. This is to say demonstrations are the order of the day whenever there is a misunderstanding between management and students.

Don’t just say it: Wear it!

Don’t just say it: Wear it! »

24 Sep, 2012
Columns

Weird as they are, these outfits are more than just clothes. They are the brainchild of creative minds. They are voices. Put another way, these clothes are a form of advocacy.

UNZA Alumni: Where art thou?

UNZA Alumni: Where art thou? »

24 Sep, 2012
Focus Point

WHAT happens when University of Zambia (UNZA) students graduate? Is UNZA just to be used as a stepping-stone and forgotten about? Where are the Alumni? The conditions at UNZA are now worse than what most of the Alumni found and yet they still remain silent. UNZA cannot improve without a collective effort. Many students have graduated from the institution since 1969 but how many, really, have taken the time to contribute anything to the improvement of UNZA?