UNZAMEDIA veep to represent Zambia at African Youth Forum

UNZAMEDIA veep to represent Zambia at African Youth Forum »

9 Apr, 2015
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University of Zambia Media Students Association Vice President Valentine Mundea has been nominated to represent the country at this years’ African Youth Forum in Ivory Cost. The event will be held in Abidjan from 22nd to 24th May, 2015 under the theme“Empowering and equipping young Africans to take ownership of the post-2015 sustainable development goals.”  

Ms Zambia-USA joins #sendbetty2school campaign

Ms Zambia-USA joins #sendbetty2school campaign »

30 Mar, 2015
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Current Miss Zambia USA Nakabinga Katandula has joined the #sendbetty2school Campaign which aims at promoting girl child education. Ms Katandula attended the official launch of #sendbetty2school campaign which took place on 15th March in Atlanta, Georgia. She is scheduled to travel to Zambia soon to work with the #sendbetty2school campaign team in collaboration with the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).

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Replenish second was blessed new you declared differed learning »

15 Mar, 2015
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Made that the heaven blessed sure »

14 Mar, 2015
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Thieves get away with Kafue Common Room TV

Thieves get away with Kafue Common Room TV »

29 Jan, 2015
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A University of Zambia (UNZA) television set stationed at Kafue Common Room has been stolen by unknown people. University of Zambia Students’ Union (UNZASU) Sports Secretary Nevers Simweemba reported the matter to the security offices. Mr. Simweemba, who is also in charge of recreation, said he last saw the television set in the common room on 25th January, 2015.

Best engineering students awarded.

Best engineering students awarded. »

29 Jan, 2015
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THE University Of Zambia School Of Engineering has awarded 17 students for their best academic performance.   Speaking at the awards ceremony at the School of Engineering’s Annex building, Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor Professor Bizeck Phiri said UNZA is committed to providing educational opportunities to talented students from a range of backgrounds and delivering research with a practical benefit to society.  

High levels of deforestation worry Environmentalists

High levels of deforestation worry Environmentalists »

26 Jan, 2015
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The high levels of deforestation in the country have become a matter of concern to Environmentalists. Environment Africa Assistant Field Officer InongeLubasi said in an interview with the Lusaka Starthat the main cause of deforestation in Zambia is poverty. Ms. Lubasi explained that people depend on the environment to sustain themselves by doing activities such as charcoal production and unsustainable agricultural methods like Chitemenesystem.

Youths advised to balance between Human Rights and responsibilities.

Youths advised to balance between Human Rights and responsibilities. »

23 Jan, 2015
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Young Men Christian Association (YMCA) has called on the youths to balance between human rights and responsibility. YMCA Ndola Secretary General Ngosa Malindi  said in an interview that young people have lost direction and this has led to high criminal offences among the youths. “Youths have to understand their rights and also balance these rights with responsibility in orders to reduce criminal offences in our Country.” she said.

UNZA,OP SIGN MoU

UNZA,OP SIGN MoU »

21 Jan, 2015
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(UNZA WEBSITE) THE University of Zambia has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the office of the President through the School of Humanities and Social Sciences to offer a Diploma in Intelligence and Security Studies. Speaking at the signing ceremony, University of Zambia Vice Chancellor Professor. Stephen Simukanga said the participation of the institution in the development and subsequent running of the new course was a further response to a felt need in the area of intelligence and security.

Develop systems to establish cleanliness, Thole urges UNZA students.

Develop systems to establish cleanliness, Thole urges UNZA students. »

5 Dec, 2014
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University Of Zambia (UNZA) students have been urged to develop systems that will establish a culture of cleanliness before putting significant funds in the ‘Keep UNZA Clean’ campaign. Speaking during the Keep Unza Clean day held at UNZA Great East Road Main Campus, University of Zambia Council (UNZACC) Chairperson Sherry Thole, said the University management should develop systems that will uphold cleanliness.