UNZASU president condemns govt “inefficiency” in running learning institutions

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

9 Sep, 2015
News

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.  

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
News

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.  

Zambia-China friendship receive kudos

Zambia-China friendship receive kudos »

21 Jun, 2014
News

The government of the Republic of Zambia has thanked the government of the Peoples' Republic of China for the relations between China and Zambia and the help rendered to develop Zambia. Speaking during the ground breaking ceremony of the Confucius Institute at the University of Zambia, Home Affairs Minister Dr. Ngosa Simbyakula said Chinese industries had not only supported the mining industry in Zambia but also extended their valued activities in infrastructure development, water conservation projects and many other economic projects.

UNZA to host three sports tournaments

UNZA to host three sports tournaments »

12 Apr, 2014
Sports

THE University of Zambia (UNZA) will this year host and participate in three major sports tournaments. Among the sporting activities include the African Staff Sports Association (SAUSSA), the Confederation of Universities and Colleges Association (CUCSA) and the Zambia Federation of University and College sports (ZAFUCS) tournaments.

‘Silent wives,’ a mouth piece for married women

‘Silent wives,’ a mouth piece for married women »

11 Feb, 2014
Entertainment

A Zambian novelist based in the United Kingdom has stormed the world of literature with her third captivating novel titled ‘Silent Wives’. In an interview with the Lusaka star, 27 year old Chisanshi Malama says ‘Silent wives’ is her way of sending a message to the women and men of Zambia. Malama who is an undergraduate law student from De-montfort University notes in her book.