THE University of Zambia (UNZA) management has attributed the accumulation of garbage and litter at UNZA’s Goma fields to overpopulation of students. UNZA Public Relations Officer Stanslous Chewe told the Lusaka Star in an interview that mishandling of garbage by garbage collectors and scavengers at the Goma Fields was a health hazard that posed a huge challenge on UNZA Management.
THE University of Zambia (UNZA) Sports and Recreation Officer Mwape Nshimbi has issued a strong warning against any one found driving on the Goma Fields. He said students should not drive on the pitch if the university sports facilities are to be preserved, adding that anyone found doing so will be fined K200,000 penalty fee. Nshimbi disclosed this during an interview with the Lusaka Star after a fourth year UNZA student, Vimale Kumwenda, was found taking driving lessons on the campus pitch.