As the world remembers the end of the First World War, Zambia is fighting to ensure that its role in the war is
Zambia has borrowed about $5 billion (figures likely to rise in 2019) from China in recent years in what appears to be a
Agriculture is often cited as the sector that will solve some of Africa's most pressing problems. But will Africa use this sector to better the lives of its people?
Irate University of Zambia students recently stormed the abode of their Union president, broke into it, ransacked it and left the pariah leader’s property in rack and ruin.
The decision by the University of Zambia Students Union (UNZASU) to initiate a boarding house harmonisation project is welcome as many students are being exploited by boarding house landlords in the name of providing them with accommodation near campus. The University of Zambia has been gripped with the accommodation crisis for many years now.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step, they say. Our forefathers took that one mighty step to fight for independence many years ago and today, we are privileged to celebrate mother Zambia’s 50th independence anniversary. The first Zambian president Kenneth Kaunda and his government did an amazing job in putting Zambia where it is today. They had to gather up their strength and transition the remnants left by colonial masters into a beautiful land.