Irate University of Zambia students recently stormed the abode of their Union president, broke into it, ransacked it and left the pariah leader’s property in rack and ruin.
A reflection of the what freedom means for Africans 54 years on.
RESIDENTS of kalingalinga compound have expressed concern over the limited burial space at Chingwele and Leopards Hill burial sites. In an interview, a resident of the said compound, Enock Kaunda said it is sad that bereaved family members have to bear the pain of not being able to give their loved ones a decent burial because of shortage of burial spaces.
A University of Zambia (UNZA) development analyst has called on government to consider opening a vehicle assembly plant. Speaking with the Lusaka Star in an interview, Brivery Siamabele said putting up a car assembly plant will increase Zambia’s productivity explaining that such a move would bring money that can be used to support other sectors of the economy such as Agriculture.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step, they say. Our forefathers took that one mighty step to fight for independence many years ago and today, we are privileged to celebrate mother Zambia’s 50th independence anniversary. The first Zambian president Kenneth Kaunda and his government did an amazing job in putting Zambia where it is today. They had to gather up their strength and transition the remnants left by colonial masters into a beautiful land.
Fastjet Airlines has officially commenced operations on their second international route from Dar-es-salaam which landed at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport on 1st February 2014 at about 11:47hrs Central African Time (CAT). Fastjet Marketing Director Jai Gilbert said it is a good to have launched services on this route, in support of the strong trade connection between Tanzania andZambia will ultimately strengthen their relations.
FIRST Republican President Dr. Kenneth Kaunda has urged young people to use the Golden rule as a basis of upholding a unitary Zambian state. Addressing pupils at Munali Secondary School after launching the Zambian Freedom Trial Project on August 8, 2013, Dr Kaunda urged the youth to love one another and uphold the ‘One Zambia, One Nation’ motto. He also urged Zambians to love God and seek his guidance in all they did.