UNZASU president condemns govt “inefficiency” in running learning institutions

UNZASU president condemns govt “inefficiency” in running learning institutions »

9 Sep, 2015
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University of Zambia Students Union (UNZASU) President Martin Muluya has charged that government has failed to effectively run public tertiary learning institutions.   Mr. Muluya said the ministry of education has failed to deliver the needs of students from various public learning institutions.  

Kaingu appoints interim UNZA Council

Kaingu appoints interim UNZA Council »

14 Aug, 2015
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THE Ministry of Education, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education has constituted a caretaker council of the University of Zambia (UNZA) to run the affairs of the institution until a permanent council is appointed. Education Minister Michael L. Kaingu announced the development at a press briefing in Lusaka yesterday. Dr. Kaingu said the new caretaker committee will serve for the period until the substantive council of the University is appointed by his ministry in accordance with the Higher Education Act No 4 of 2013.

UNZALARU hit back at Kambwili as CBU gives Kaingu 48-hour ultimatum

UNZALARU hit back at Kambwili as CBU gives Kaingu 48-hour ultimatum »

30 Jul, 2015
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THE University of Zambia Lecturers and Researchers Union (UNZALARU) has urged Minister of Information and Broadcasting Hon. Chishimba Kambwili to leave academic matters be handled by education minister Michael Kaingu. Speaking to the Lusaka Star in an interview, UNZALARU president Euston Chiputa, said only the minister of education understands the intricacies involved in the running of a university or any other learning institution.

We hope funds allocated towards construction of students’ hostels materialise – UNZA students

We hope funds allocated towards construction of students’ hostels materialise – UNZA students »

17 Nov, 2014
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THE University of Zambia (UNZA) students are optimistic that the proposed budgetary funds allocated to the improvement of tertiary education infrastructure at UNZA, Evelyn Hone College, Copperbelt and Mulungushi Universities will be pushed forward despite the death of the Republican President Michael Chilufya Sata.