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COVID-19 PLUNGES UNZASU INTO A CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS

It is said that no constitution is complete, comprehensive and perfect, and this has become accurate as the blended learning at the University of Zambia...

…TO SAVE OR SERVE? HOW UNZA SAVED THE ACADEMIC YEAR BUT FORGOT TO SERVE STUDENTS!

After the closure of schools due to a spike in COVID-19 cases, many Universities across the world turned to online learning. Both students and...

BETTER FYE YOU PAY: UNZA HAS NO ECONOMIC MUSCLE TO PAY YOUR TUITION FEE!

The recent deregistration of many University of Zambia (UNZA) students this academic year has erupted serious social tension and anger, with many students resorting...

Government should increase funding to UNZA if the poor are to have a shot at a better future!

Since opening its doors to the first 312 students in 1966, the University of Zambia (UNZA) remains the premier center in providing optimal opportunities...

Africa’s rural areas could be the turning point for the region’s economy

According to the latest 2017 State of Food and Agriculture report released by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), the keys to achieving the 2030 Agenda...

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THE AFRICAN FREEDOM DAY – 54 YEARS ON

By Aphius Kaputula The African Freedom day was founded on 25th May 1963 after representatives of thirty African nations met in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, hosted...