45K ON A PORTRAIT, ANY EXPLANATION UNZASU?

45K ON A PORTRAIT, ANY EXPLANATION UNZASU? »

27 Aug, 2019
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I don’t see why people are trying to make an issue out of this, it’s purely propaganda and the issue can be solved

RISING MEALIE-MEAL PRICES NEED QUICK INTERVENTION

RISING MEALIE-MEAL PRICES NEED QUICK INTERVENTION »

27 Aug, 2019
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Will the long awaited stabilized economy in Zambia ever be achieved amidst the current hardships being experienced? This is a million dollar question

…TO WHAT END, SHOULD STUDENTS STILL PAY UNION FEES?

…TO WHAT END, SHOULD STUDENTS STILL PAY UNION FEES? »

Student unions have done nothing but waste and mismanage student funds for far too long. The recent financial scandal that the University of

“WHEN A BLANK IS FIRED TO KILL AN ELEPHANT”: HYPOTHESIZING NDF

“WHEN A BLANK IS FIRED TO KILL AN ELEPHANT”: HYPOTHESIZING NDF »

It was not surprising when the much anticipated church led dialogue failed, obviously owing to the lack of support from the major player the government. The main argument that the party in government propagated as a reason for not supporting the process was that the church led dialogue would not come up with legally binding resolutions.

INSIDE THE EVER CHANGING ‘FACE’ OF DIALOGUE PROCESS

INSIDE THE EVER CHANGING ‘FACE’ OF DIALOGUE PROCESS »

The National Political Dialogue, as it is called now, began as a Patriotic Front (PF) and United Party for National Development (UPND) dialogue.

Zambia fights for recognition as the place where World War I really ended

Zambia fights for recognition as the place where World War I really ended »

12 Nov, 2018
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As the world remembers the end of the First World War, Zambia is fighting to ensure that its role in the war is

OPINION:…OF CHINESE DEBT AND MEDIA SENSATIONALISM

OPINION:…OF CHINESE DEBT AND MEDIA SENSATIONALISM »

Zambia has borrowed about $5 billion (figures likely to rise in 2019) from China in recent years in what appears to be a

AFRICA’S RURAL AREAS COULD BE THE TURNING POINT FOR THE REGION’S ECONOMY

AFRICA’S RURAL AREAS COULD BE THE TURNING POINT FOR THE REGION’S ECONOMY »

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?

THE DAY THE PRESIDENT FELL FROM GRACE »

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.

Boarding House Harmonisation Project welcome move

Boarding House Harmonisation Project welcome move »

5 Dec, 2014
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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.