The Environmental Investigation Agency has found that a handful of very high profile figures in Zambia have apparently orchestrated and facilitated massive trafficking operations for years that are driving mukula rosewood trees to the edge of commercial extinction, devastating vulnerable forests and threatening communities’ livelihoods.
UNAIDS Country Director Tharcisse Barihuta has said that despite the progress made in the recent years towards fighting the HIV and AIDS
Engineering Council Chairperson says the recognition of Zambian engineering professionals by industrialized countries will enhance opportunities for multinational manufacturing companies to outsource operations
Government has reiterated its resolve to intensify measures aimed at completely eliminating the HIV and AIDS burden in the country.
Civil societies (CSOs) in Zambia are insisting that lawmakers should discard Bill 10 as it goes to Parliament because it will set
A Lusaka-based political analyst has criticized Infrastructure and Housing Minister Vincent Mwale for supporting Bill 10 based on his political allegiance.
Higher Education Authority (HEA) says it will next year implement a national classification system that will place existing universities into tiers depending on
What has happened this year is a sharp and excellent departure from the shameful past where most candidates had prior access to
Zambia National Student Union (ZANASU) has challenged researchers in various areas of engineering and water management to bring up ideas on how best