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
News

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.

ACC commends media for its fight against corruption

ACC commends media for its fight against corruption »

22 May, 2015
News

The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has commended the media for playing a critical role in the fight against corruption in the country. ACC Public Relations Manager Timothy Moono said the media plays the role of  watchdog and provides checks and balances on many public institutions’ activities hence making it an important partner in the fight against corruption. Mr. Moono said the role the media plays of keeping tabs on the three arms of government is commendable.

Zambia’s Education Reforms, the way forward

Zambia’s Education Reforms, the way forward »

11 May, 2015
Features

Education is the process of formally or informally learning by which knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits of a group of people are transferred to other people, through storytelling, discussion, teaching, training or research.

WFP launches ‘scaling up nutrition movement’.

WFP launches ‘scaling up nutrition movement’. »

17 Nov, 2014
Business

ZAMBIA through the World Food Program has launched the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN) Movement to develop nutrition in the country.   The SUN movement which was aimed at uniting governments, civil society, the United Nations’ donors, researchers and businesses in collective effort to develop and implement strategies that improve nutrition was founded on the principle that would allow everyone to have the right to food and good nutrition.  

UNZA Students Awarded Complimentary Grades

UNZA Students Awarded Complimentary Grades »

20 Jul, 2013
News

THE University Zambia (UNZA) Vice Chancellor Professor Stephen Simukanga says students will start the term-system with no arrears. Responding to a question from a third year student in the School of Education, Mizinga Belden, who wondered how management would deal with students who had arrears in the previous semester, Prof. Simukanga said students who had arrears last semester and those yet to fail in the forthcoming examinations would be given a compensatory grade so as to start the term system on a new note.

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.